HONG KONG (Reuters/IFR) - China Tower, the world’s largest mobile mast operator, has won approval in Hong Kong for an IPO that could raise up to $10 billion, according to people familiar with the situation. The news comes as investors and bankers were on ... ( read original story ...)
Ng Goon-lau pointed at a window inside a dark, tiny bedroom. The window was small and easily sealed, Ng explained, a perfect place for carbon monoxide poisoning. A man once burned charcoal to kill himself there. Another tenant, a policewoman, also hanged ... ( read original story ...)
In May, the bank applied for approval to set up a majority-owned securities ... The reorganisation coincides with the overhaul that Hong Kong’s stock market operator and securities regulator pushed through last year, changing the city’s listing ... ( read original story ...)
1 Top Ace drops to Class 5 for the first time at his 31st Hong Kong start. The Italian Group 3 winner has run okay on this surface before and the booking of Joao Moreira is a positive move. He should be hard to beat. #7 Soccer Brave won for the third time ... ( read ...
Hong Kong’s leaders were out in force on Thursday to promote the city’s advantages to capitalise on two ambitious technology and trade initiatives, but businesspeople urged the government to offer them more incentives. The city was poised to become ... ( read original story ...)
Hong Kong’s flat-hoarding developers are set to face an annual vacancy tax amounting to double a property’s annual rental income, after the city’s top advisory body on Thursday endorsed a basket of new measures aimed at easing the housing crisis. ( read original story ...)
Hang Seng Bank, the 85-year-old Hong Kong lender owned by HSBC, said it will allow existing customers with good credit histories to apply for personal loans, as it uses big data analysis and financial technology to replace old-fashioned banking practises. ( read original story ...)