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In a vote of confidence in Hong Kong’s property market despite the economic downturn, the government is adopting a rare approach to sell a prime commercial site in the Central...
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China, Japan and South Korea are at risk of a second wave of disruptions to their supply chains due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus epidemic, which risks already...
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American companies expect their 2020 revenue to take a beating in China, as the ongoing coronavirus outbreak disrupts production and crimps consumption, prompting some of them to seek alternative supply...
Sun Hung Kai Properties, the biggest Hong Kong developer by value, warned of a bleak outlook for the hospitality and retail sectors after its hotel business took a pounding in...
Chinese producers and exporters of wooden cabinets and vanities will have to pay additional duties on imports to the United States after losing an anti-dumping case lodged by their American...
Credit rating agency S&P Credit Ratings warned on Thursday that Hong Kong’s looming record deficit would weaken its fiscal health, while growing social spending driven by increasingly tough challenges facing...
SF Express, one of China’s biggest couriers, hit a home run in January keeping operations open over the Lunar New Year holiday when most businesses closed for one of the...
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China’s top container ports are loosening the backlog of cargo on their docks as workers return after coronavirus travel curbs that kept them away and jammed up global supply chains...
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Hong Kong’s finance minister has dismissed a proposal by lawmakers to seek approval for the HK$10,000 (US$1,283) cash handout separately from other issues in the government budget, such as a...
Expedia Group has kicked off its global lay-off of 3,000 staff this week in Asia, part of the plan by one of the world’s largest online travel agencies to trim...
Business sentiment among small and medium-sized firms in China plunged to an all-time low in February as the novel coronavirus struck a heavy blow to the world’s second largest economy,...
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Hong Kong’s finance minister has defended eligibility rules for a HK$10,000 cash handout he announced on Wednesday, as residents criticised the exclusion of new immigrants while Hongkongers who have left...
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Hong Kong’s commercial property market, already reeling from last year’s protests, is about to slide further into the doldrums as the coronavirus epidemic saps demand, according to analysts.The volume of...
Confronted by what he described as “unique circumstances”, Hong Kong’s finance minister unveiled a big-spending budget on Wednesday that included a major cash handout and generous measures for all businesses.Will...