CNBC - Asia News Philippines' Duterte says didn't really mean 'separation' from US 2016-10-22T10:17:00.000000Z Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday he was not severing ties with his country's long-time ally the United States. The latest attempt to get Japan's banks lending again has been met with skepticism 2016-10-21T14:36:00.000000Z Japan's FSA guidelines met with skepticism by experts. Nintendo shares slide 6.5% on teaser for its Switch console…but don’t count it out just yet 2016-10-21T09:23:00.000000Z Nintendo shares tanked on Friday following a trailer teasing its new Switch console which analysts said underwhelmed investors. What an OPEC production cut really means for China 2016-10-21T05:23:00.000000Z China is conflicted as far as an OPEC production cut is concerned, one analyst told CNBC. At least 12 dead in the Philippines as Typhoon Haima heads towards Hong Kong 2016-10-21T04:55:00.000000Z Typhoon Haima headed to Hong Kong after killing at least 12 and destroying rice fields in the Philippines. Heightened volatility but it's business as usual in the Philippines 2016-10-21T04:45:00.000000Z While uncertainty in the Philippines has increased, leaders in the Philippine business community appear to be relatively sanguine. China property prices rise at fastest pace on record in September 2016-10-21T04:09:00.000000Z China property prices rose at the fastest pace on record in September, fueling fears of a market bubble. Philippine President Duterte threatens to 'break up' with US. Here's what it means 2016-10-21T01:54:00.000000Z Asian geopolitics and the Philippine economy may be hit if Manila ends up breaking historic military and economic ties with the U.S. Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn plans deep dive to repair Mitsubishi Motors' image 2016-10-21T01:51:00.000000Z Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, outlined to CNBC how he planned to help Mitsubishi Motors rebuild its image, following its most recent scandal. Op-Ed: No, China is not the ‘next Japan’ 2016-10-21T01:07:00.000000Z Observers have been drawing parallels between China today and Japan in the late 1980s – just before its "lost decade".