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Cathay Pacific Completes Takeover Of Hong Kong's Only Low-cost Airline, Paying HK$4.93 Billion For HK Express

Cathay Pacific Completes Takeover Of Hong Kong's Only Low-cost Airline, Paying HK$4.93 Billion For HK Express

Cathay launched a takeover bid for low-cost carrier, which had been backed by indebted Chinese conglomerate HNA Group, on March 27 Ronald Lam, Cathay's director of commercial and cargo, will head the budget airline as CEO

Sun Hung Kai, Hongkong Land Apply To Build 11,000 Flats On New Territories Plot Originally Slated For 300 Villas

Sun Hung Kai, Hongkong Land Apply To Build 11,000 Flats On New Territories Plot Originally Slated For 300 Villas

The application to raise the plot ratio of the site in Yuen Long comes at a time the government is scaling back plans to boost land supply 'The proposed development can ease the shortage of housing supply in the city, which should be solved immediately,' says Sun Hung Kai

Hong Kong Cryptocurrency Promoter Given Suspended Jail Sentence Over 'money From The Sky' Stunt That Caused Chaos In Poor Neighbourhood

Hong Kong Cryptocurrency Promoter Given Suspended Jail Sentence Over 'money From The Sky' Stunt That Caused Chaos In Poor Neighbourhood

Wong Ching-kit, 25, better known as 'Coin Young Master', admitted committing a nuisance in a public place Magistrate observes that promotional stunt could easily have turned ugly as there were up to 300 people on site

China, US Said To Be Wrangling Over Text Before Trade Talks Can Resume

China, US Said To Be Wrangling Over Text Before Trade Talks Can Resume

Washington wants to use longer document with earlier concessions from Beijing, but China wants its demands included, according to observers Analysts say negotiations will be tough once they get going again, and a lack of trust will make it difficult to reach a deal

Is Bitcoin Becoming The New Gold As Investors Seek Shelter From Trade War In Safe Havens?

Is Bitcoin Becoming The New Gold As Investors Seek Shelter From Trade War In Safe Havens?

Some analysts argue that bitcoin's role as a store of value is turning it into digital gold, a view shared by Fed chairman Jerome Powell Since late May, the price movements of the cryptocurrency and the precious metal have trended up in tandem amid concerns about global growth

Hong Kong Developer Nan Fung Launches Arthritis And Cancer Biosimilars Joint Venture With Korean Biopharmaceutical Firm

Hong Kong Developer Nan Fung Launches Arthritis And Cancer Biosimilars Joint Venture With Korean Biopharmaceutical Firm

Shanghai-based Vcell Healthcare Limited has been set up with Incheon-based Celltrion Developer also plans to build a general hospital in Shenzhen

North Korean Trade With Biggest Partner China Dives 48 Per Cent Amid Sanctions

North Korean Trade With Biggest Partner China Dives 48 Per Cent Amid Sanctions

Reliance on communist neighbour takes overall foreign trade volume below US$3 billion for first time since Kim Jong-un took power, according to report Observers say slow economic growth could weaken regime in the long run, but Beijing is expected to keep UN measures in place for now

Chinese Stocks Rise For First Time In Four Days On Interest Rate Cuts Comment By US Federal Reserve Official

Chinese Stocks Rise For First Time In Four Days On Interest Rate Cuts Comment By US Federal Reserve Official

Shanghai Composite rises 0.9 per cent, but down 0.2 per cent for the week Hang Seng Index adds 1.1 per cent to 28,765.40

China Expected To Implement More Economic Stimulus Despite Growing Debt And Weak Yuan

China Expected To Implement More Economic Stimulus Despite Growing Debt And Weak Yuan

Gross domestic product growth slid from 6.4 per cent in the first quarter to 6.2 per cent in the second quarter of 2019, the lowest since records began in 1992 To shore up growth and meet the projected 6 to 6.5 per cent expansion target for 2019, economists and analysts expect China to lean on fiscal measures

Hong Kong Extradition Bill Protests Begin To Bite As City Records Sharp Drop In Tourism Figures

Hong Kong Extradition Bill Protests Begin To Bite As City Records Sharp Drop In Tourism Figures

Hong Kong Tourism Board reports 3.3 per cent decline in short-haul arrivals at start of July, and slowest weekly growth since middle of June But overall outlook remains positive, with city expected to welcome record 65.1 million travellers over course of year