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Deutsche Bank Ready To Help German Companies' China Ambitions As Trade War Pushes Beijing Closer To Europe, Says Asia Chief

Deutsche Bank Ready To Help German Companies' China Ambitions As Trade War Pushes Beijing Closer To Europe, Says Asia Chief

Werner Steinmüller, CEO for Asia-Pacific, says the bank has increased investments in its technology platform, is hiring new staff in China and looks forward to expanding its onshore securities capabilities There is a 'clear advantage to both sides' in more cooperation between Germany and China, he says

Government Agrees To Pay HK$300 Million For Hong Kong's Biggest Audit Reform In A Decade

Government Agrees To Pay HK$300 Million For Hong Kong's Biggest Audit Reform In A Decade

The cash will enable the Financial Reporting Council to triple its staff, who will keep an eye on the auditors of 2,000 listed companies in Hong Kong

This PowerPoint Presentation Proves Huawei CFO Sabrina Meng Wanzhou Is Guilty, Says US. Preposterous, Says Her Lawyer

This PowerPoint Presentation Proves Huawei CFO Sabrina Meng Wanzhou Is Guilty, Says US. Preposterous, Says Her Lawyer

The presentation, given by Sabrina Meng Wanzhou to a HSBC banker in 2013, describes the links between Huawei and Skycom, a 'partner' doing business in Iran But the US says Skycom was actually an unofficial subsidiary, helping Huawei evade US and EU sanctions on Iran

Hong Kong Finance Chief Paul Chan Expects Bumper Year For Tourism And Pledges Support For Sector Amid US-China Trade War

Hong Kong Finance Chief Paul Chan Expects Bumper Year For Tourism And Pledges Support For Sector Amid US-China Trade War

Financial secretary says annual visitor arrivals for year will surpass 60 million mark Keeping sector growing is too important to be overlooked, Chan says

Time For Hong Kong Workers To Get Reasonable 5.5 Per Cent Pay Rise Says Union Chief, As She Calls Out Companies For Not Sharing The Wealth

Time For Hong Kong Workers To Get Reasonable 5.5 Per Cent Pay Rise Says Union Chief, As She Calls Out Companies For Not Sharing The Wealth

Confederation of Trade Unions boss points to massive profits and says worker morale will be undermined by small rise Sun Hung Kai Properties among companies reporting double-digit growth as it posts annual profit of almost HK$50 billion

Why The US Needs To Stand With Canada And Set Aside Politics In The Prosecution Of Huawei's CFO

Why The US Needs To Stand With Canada And Set Aside Politics In The Prosecution Of Huawei's CFO

Ankit Panda writes that Washington must affirm that Meng Wanzhou's arrest is legally justifiable and will be handled as any other bank fraud prosecution might be

Oneworld Prepared For Qatar Airways To Leave But It Is Not Giving Up On Trying To Convince Them To Stay Put

Oneworld Prepared For Qatar Airways To Leave But It Is Not Giving Up On Trying To Convince Them To Stay Put

Rob Gurney, CEO of the airline alliance, tells Post the group wants Doha-based carrier to stay Oneworld is continuing with biggest membership expansion in several years, having recently added Royal Air Maroc to its roster, with China Southern Airways possibly to come

Chinese Workers At Apple Supplier Foxconn Stage Street Protest Over Unpaid Bonuses

Chinese Workers At Apple Supplier Foxconn Stage Street Protest Over Unpaid Bonuses

Hundreds join rally in Henan province over claims they were cheated out of additional payments of US$870 by recruitment agencies Foxconn says it will 'look into' the matter after protesters take to social media to complain of being detained, beaten by police

China Advisers Urge Beijing To Step Up Reforms To Offset Trade War Impact

China Advisers Urge Beijing To Step Up Reforms To Offset Trade War Impact

Series of structural reforms needed to ensure China can achieve its full growth potential

Hong Kong Bar Association To Scrutinise Department Of Justice's Decision To Drop Investigation Into Leung Chun-ying's UGL Payment

Hong Kong Bar Association To Scrutinise Department Of Justice's Decision To Drop Investigation Into Leung Chun-ying's UGL Payment

Chairman says 'on the face of it' the department appears to have not followed convention