PNG upholds deal with Huawei to lay internet cable, derides counter-offer

Papua New Guinea (PNG) will uphold its agreement with China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to build its internet infrastructure, a […]

Amazon re-opens U.S. store to Australian shoppers after backlash

Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday it would stop blocking Australians from shopping on its U.S. site after a customer backlash, […]

Australia’s Westpac fined $2.4 million in rate case, fraction of penalty sought

Westpac Banking Corp won vindication of its decision to fight accusations its conduct in handling of a key rate was […]

Dollar rises toward 16-month high after hawkish Fed guidance

The dollar rose towards a 16-month high on Friday after the U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates steady and reaffirmed […]

Asian markets fall on profit-taking, while Xi praises globalization

After the best week in years for a number of Asian stock markets — following the worst month in years […]

Wanted: An Australian energy policy to kickstart A$25 billion of investment

Constant changes in Australia’s government have convinced the country’s power companies that its political leaders will never craft a coherent […]

Locked in: Asian mills look to secure long-term wheat supply

Some Asian flour mills are looking to lock in wheat supplies until well into the middle of 2019, potentially shaking […]

Australia will not trigger LNG export controls: minister

Australia’s government will not impose controls on exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) next year because it does not see […]