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UBS’s top China banker says Hong Kong still a magnet for global IPOs, with additional reforms likely to attract more start-ups in Greater Bay Area

UBS’s top China banker says Hong Kong still a magnet for global IPOs, with...

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Hong Kong can still create wider room for more stock offerings from global companies and start-ups in Greater Bay Area, according to John...
Debate over whether Hong Kong was indeed British colony reflects lack of education on Chinese constitution, lawmakers say

Debate over whether Hong Kong was indeed British colony reflects lack of education on...

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Pro-Beijing legislators say some residents have misunderstandings about history due to lack of education about Basic Law and nation’s constitution.
Incoming Hong Kong leader John Lee finalises cabinet line-up, submits list to Beijing for consideration

Incoming Hong Kong leader John Lee finalises cabinet line-up, submits list to Beijing for...

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John Lee pledges to announce the list once it receives the green light from Beijing.
Hong Kong homebuyers snap up Sun Hung Kai’s Silicon Hill flats for the second weekend in a row, aiming to get ahead of higher interest rates

Hong Kong homebuyers snap up Sun Hung Kai’s Silicon Hill flats for the second...

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The sell-out launch marked the second bumper weekend for SHKP, which sold all 170 flats last weekend, a successful campaign that gave the...
Hong Kong church holds June 4 commemorative event marking anniversary of Tiananmen Square crackdown amid national security law concerns

Hong Kong church holds June 4 commemorative event marking anniversary of Tiananmen Square crackdown...

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Ward Memorial Methodist Church in Yau Ma Tei organises event on Monday night for members, involving singing of hymns and sharing of messages...
Hong Kong NGO urges government to raise minimum wage, calls for annual review to keep up with inflation

Hong Kong NGO urges government to raise minimum wage, calls for annual review to...

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Consumer price index had soared close to 40 per cent in the past 12 years, according to Society for Community Organisation.
Man murdered, woman beaten: Hong Kong police in citywide search for alleged drug trafficker and triad members

Man murdered, woman beaten: Hong Kong police in citywide search for alleged drug trafficker...

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Couple ambushed while trying to recover HK$100,000 debt.
Hong Kong considering buying vaccines against monkeypox despite ‘low risk’ of disease detected in city, health officials say

Hong Kong considering buying vaccines against monkeypox despite ‘low risk’ of disease detected in...

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Health chief Sophia Chan says authorities will continue to monitor situation closely but does not reveal what types of vaccine or medication are...
Hong Kong security minister says failure to take enforcement action against suspect on religious grounds against Vatican’s idea of justice

Hong Kong security minister says failure to take enforcement action against suspect on religious...

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Arrest of Cardinal Joseph Zen was in accordance with the law and had nothing to do with his role in the church, says...
Hong Kong national security police lodge complaint against lawyers who allegedly took fees from legal defence fund despite claims of pro bono services

Hong Kong national security police lodge complaint against lawyers who allegedly took fees from...

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Investigation revealed some solicitors, barristers had allegedly taken money from the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund as legal fees, the force says
Beijing will win over Hong Kong by listening to public opinion, not by silencing it

Beijing will win over Hong Kong by listening to public opinion, not by silencing...

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Post-handover, Beijing sought to understand, then win over, public opinion in Hong Kong; by 2005, a willingness to embrace Chinese identity had never...
Hong Kong customs arrests 11, seizes HK$15 million worth of e-cigarettes, other heated tobacco products ahead of ban

Hong Kong customs arrests 11, seizes HK$15 million worth of e-cigarettes, other heated tobacco...

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Most of the illegal products found hidden in parcels at cargo terminal of Hong Kong airport, sent by airmail from countries such as...
Coronavirus: from spas and gyms to cinemas and restaurants, Hong Kong residents are raring to go with Covid-19 curbs finally easing

Coronavirus: from spas and gyms to cinemas and restaurants, Hong Kong residents are raring...

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Bookings at premises from beauty parlours to restaurants and cinemas surge, as stringent coronavirus restrictions relaxed from April 21.
The birthplace of kung fu films will turn into flats and villas in Fosun’s plan to redevelop Shaw Brothers’ Hong Kong Movietown heritage site

The birthplace of kung fu films will turn into flats and villas in Fosun’s...

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There is rising interest in Hong Kong to redevelop heritage projects, using the prestige and cache of such buildings to enhance the developers’...
Kinder global recall: fifth item in chocolate line, possibly contaminated with salmonella, detected in Hong Kong

Kinder global recall: fifth item in chocolate line, possibly contaminated with salmonella, detected in...

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Products, intended for export to mainland China, are still being stored inside warehouse and have not entered local market
Business booms for Hong Kong restaurants and shopping malls over Easter break as consumption vouchers help to fuel surge

Business booms for Hong Kong restaurants and shopping malls over Easter break as consumption...

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Industry professionals estimate business grew by 20 per cent in catering sector as more people dined out during break.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong expert warns of significant rise in post-Covid inflammatory syndrome in children, calls for parents to get young ones vaccinated ahead of in-person classes

Coronavirus: Hong Kong expert warns of significant rise in post-Covid inflammatory syndrome in children,...

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Leading paediatrician urges parents to get their children vaccinated ahead of a resumption of in-person classes.
Student union banned from using ‘Hong Kong Polytechnic University’ name, ordered to vacate office on school premises by July 15

Student union banned from using ‘Hong Kong Polytechnic University’ name, ordered to vacate office...

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Student body says it has been told to clear its office on the school premises by July 15, expresses ‘deep regret’ over the...
Companies should tap opportunities in Nansha and create ‘outpost’ for Hong Kong, former leader says

Companies should tap opportunities in Nansha and create ‘outpost’ for Hong Kong, former leader...

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Leung Chun-ying argues local companies should lobby mainland Chinese authorities for preferential policies to help them enter market.
Covid-19 sick leave, allowances and more: Hong Kong firms must show they value employees’ sacrifices

Covid-19 sick leave, allowances and more: Hong Kong firms must show they value employees’...

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To grant sick leave or not? Many employers are wrestling with that question during the fifth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and its...