China’s second-largest construction company is competing with at least six international builders, including two each from Japan and Korea, for $2.7 billion worth of contracts to build the largest road bridge in India.
It's never easy for American businesses to make it in China. Cultural differences, government interference and the sheer cost of competing in a market that dwarfs the U.S. have frustrated companies ranging from Wal-Mart Store
Billionaire Anil Agarwal’s Hindustan Zinc Ltd., profiting from a surge in metals prices, announced a special dividend that takes its payments to shareholders this year above $4 billion, in what it said is a record return by
Gains that sent Indian stocks to a record are at risk of reversing as investors ignore the possibility of earnings disappointments in the wake of Narendra Modi’s currency clampdown, according to UBS Group AG.
Airbnb Inc. is showing China some love. The U.S. home-sharing giant is adopting the name “Aibiying” in China, one that translates as “welcome each other with love,” as it doubles investment in the country and triples
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is creating a technology-startup incubator in Silicon Valley to identify changes that will reshape the retail experience, including virtual reality, autonomous vehicle and drone delivery and personalized
Billions of dollars of military aid to Pakistan is under fresh scrutiny as pressure mounts on US President Donald Trump from top generals, officials and research groups for a policy review on the nuclear-armed South Asian nat
Investing heavily in renewable power and energy efficiency to keeping warming below 2 degrees Celsius, in accordance with the landmark Paris Agreement, will increase the global economy around 0.8 percent by 2050.