Mainland investors turn sellers through HK stock link

Mainland Chinese investors briefly turned net sellers of Hong Kong stocks through the city’s bourse link for the first time yesterday, after taking up just 6.1 percent of daily buying

Corporate Bits | Second Pro boxing extravaganza coming to Shanghai

Fist of Power II features seven bouts including two regional title fights for Chinese boxers, who regard the upcoming event as a warm-up for shooting for world titles next year. Yang

Google targeted as EU weighs call to split search providers

One draft obtained by Bloomberg News asks regulators to tackle what it says are abusive practices by the Internet search provider. The European Commission should “consider proposals with the aim

China chases growth amid global slowdown

China’s central bank unexpectedly slashed interest rates on Friday to re-energize the world’s No. 2 economy, joining a growing list of major economies that are trying to encourage growth in the

Ask the Vet | Lung Cancer in Cats

Primary Lung Cancer Cases of primary lung cancer in cats begin in the lung tissue. Although there are several different types of tumors that can eventually lead to lung cancer, the most

REAL ESTATE MATTERS: The Best Places to Live in Macau (Part 3)

Juliet Risdon is a Director of JML Property and a property investor. Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing properties

PROJECT POKER: Taking a break without taking a break

Not long ago I won a couple of small mixed game tournaments. One came at a PokerStars series in Australia where I won a mixed games side event, and soon

AirAsia to launch Southeast Asian air pass

Chief Executive Tony Fernandes said the AirAsia ASEAN Pass will allow travelers to fly to 10 different destinations in Southeast Asia in one month for 499 ringgit (USD148), excluding airport

MGM Art Space exhibits old Beijing city gates

In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of Macau’s handover, the MGM inaugurated two exhibitions at its Art Space yesterday, featuring two red sandalwood replicas of ancient Beijing buildings and the

ANZ suspends 7 traders as regulator reviews swaps rates

Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. (ANZ) suspended seven traders amid an investigation by regulators into whether market participants tried to influence Australia’s benchmark interest rates. ANZ’s internal review and

VW to raise Chinese capacity to more than 4m cars

Volkswagen will expand carmaking in China more than planned as the German manufacturer tries to keep pace with growth in its largest market. Volkswagen will raise its Chinese plant capacity to

Corporate Bits | Revel to use new name under Brookfield ownership

The bankruptcy court in Camden, New Jersey, approved a USD110 million sale to Brookfield on Oct. 7. The sale has yet to be completed, Revel said in a court filing. In

Toyota to start sales of hydrogen-powered car next month 

There will only be a few hundred, and they won’t be cheap, but Toyota is about to take its first small step into the unproven market for emissions-free, hydrogen-powered vehicles. The

Corporate Bits | Shell V-Power Nitro+ launched officially in Macau

Shell V-Power Nitro+ is one of the many technical projects that Shell collaborates on with Ferrari, and has gone through Formula One testing conditions to produce a fuel that resembles

Hong Kong-Shanghai stock link makes lopsided debut

International investors plowed money into Shanghai’s stock market, maxing out their daily limit, in the debut yesterday of a landmark trading link that gives outsiders wider access to mainland China’s main stock

France, a tax haven? Yes, for Microsoft to China’s Huawei

Companies from Microsoft Corp. to China’s Huawei Technologies Co. scouring Europe for fiscally attractive shores are turning to an unlikely country: France. As a base for research and development teams, that

Corporate Bits | Dozens of awards to date for Sands China in 2014

“Sands China aims to create unforgettable experiences for business, leisure and family travellers at our integrated resorts,” said Gunther Hatt, Executive Vice President of Operations, Sands China Ltd. “The honors

‘Haunted apartments’ go for cheap in Hong Kong

Unnatural deaths typically result in rental discounts of 10 percent to 20 percent and can be more than double that for sinister killings, according to Sammy Po, head of the

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