Mainland buyers heat up HK insurance market

Chinese mainlanders spent HK$48.9 billion on insurance policies issued in Hong Kong in the first three quarters of this year, accounting for 37 percent of all premiums in that period, according to a report by the 21st Century Business Herald. ( read original story ...)

In Beijing and Hong Kong, SPS Grows Global Partnerships

To that end, SPS traveled to Beijing and Hong Kong to connect with top government, business, and university officials, as well as continue to build our alumni network abroad. Over the course of the 10-day trip, we were privileged to meet with university ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong and China stocks thumped lower in early going

Hong Kong and mainland Chinese stocks kicked off the final full trading week of the year on a weaker note Monday following a slight retreat for US stocks on Friday. The Hang Seng Index was down 0.7 per cent or 154.14 points to 21,866.61 in early trading ... ( read original story ...)

Seven policy proposals for Hong Kong’s next chief executive

Early in 2012, when it was still unclear whether it would be CY Leung or Henry Tang who would get anointed as the Hong Kong government’s next chief executive, the South China Morning Post offered seven policy proposals for the new guy’s first day in ... ( read original story ...)