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Only 93 homes worth more than HK$20 million each, totalling HK$4.68 billion were sold in September, according to Centaline Property Agency
Video explaining Hong Kong protests results in censorship, Swedish social media personality claims
UBS became first foreign lender to receive approval to take majority stake in its securities joint venture in December Move comes as China has relaxed rules on foreign ownership of financial companies ahead of schedule
The People's Bank of China unleashes 250 billion yuan into the financial system through the reverse repurchase agreement in its biggest open market operation since May Hong Kong-listed 51 Credit Card rebounds sharply as the stock resumes trading in the afternoon after clarification on police investigation
Seattle-based wholesaler relies on big data from early presence on Tmall.com, global reach in pursuit of the world's third largest market in household spending Costco is said to be planning a second store after Shanghai success as foreign peers like Carrefour, Metro cede control to local operators
China's Supreme Court and police authority issue joint ruling that criminalises any lending rates higher than 36 per cent per year The new ruling, which came into effect on Monday, could deal a heavy blow to China's underground banking system
Financial Secretary Paul Chan reveals package of measures aiming to help the logistics and tourism sectors, which have been hit hardest by protests Some 130,000 drivers of commercial vehicles such as taxis will benefit from HK$1.35 billion worth of fuel cost subsidies
Chinese foreign vice-minister tells delegates at Xiangshan military forum cooperation must replace rivalry Le Yucheng says US tariffs on Chinese goods 'would not work'
Shares of Hong Kong-listed fintech firm have plunged after police made `on-site investigation' on Monday following complaints from borrowers Company issues apology over the case, saying assets are not frozen and key company executives are assisting the police in ongoing probe
Only 14 per cent of the office space in Central was leased to mainland Chinese tenants in the first three quarters of 2019, down from 58 per cent in 2018 and 57 per cent in 2017 Average office vacancy rates jumped to a 14-year high of 7.4 per cent in September across Hong Kong, up from 4 per cent a year earlier
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