Hong Kong finance chief resigns, tipped for leadership race

Hong Kong's finance chief resigned Monday ahead of what is widely expected to be a tilt at the city leadership. John Tsang -- nicknamed "Mr Pringles" by local media for his resemblance to the crisp brand's mascot -- is seen as a more moderate alternative ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong’s Jewelry Retailers Have More Room To Rally: HSBC

Hong Kong’s jewelry retailers have done very well this year. Market leader Chow Tai Fook (1929.Hong Kong) has soared 37%, Chow Sang Sang (116.Hong Kong) gained 21.6%, and Luk Fook (590.Hong Kong) advanced 33%, even though for the first ten months of the ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong pro-democracy groups make record gains

Pro-democracy groups in Hong Kong have made record gains on the Election Committee, which will decide the territory's new leader. Amid a high turnout they have won more than 300 seats - about a quarter - reports say, although pro-Beijing groups will still ... ( read original story ...)

Rough Year For Hong Kong Business Scene

Earlier in the year (April 2016) has been a rough one for the Hong Kong business scene. The global crackdown on banks for allowing people to hide their money from their own government has been popping up in the Panama Papers, as well as stories of conmen ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong financial secretary resigns, expected to seek top job

HONG KONG Hong Kong's Financial Secretary John Tsang resigned on Monday, the city's government said, and is widely expected to announce his intention to run for the city's top job in March. There has been months of speculation that 65-year-old Tsang, who ... ( read original story ...)