Hong Kong corruption police files fraud charges against Cho

One of Hong Kong’s biggest financial regulatory investigations saw its first charges filed late last week. Cho Kwai-chee, founder of the city’s largest private health-care group, was

Briefs | Corruption agencies discuss Greater Bay cooperation

Macau’s Commission Against Corruption (CCAC), the Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Guangdong Provincial Commission of Supervision held a joint meeting in Guangzhou last week, where

Opinion | Victor Li tries on his Superman suit in Shanghai

Billionaire Li Ka-shing built his fortune and legendary reputation by displaying an uncanny ability to time asset markets. Investors in Shanghai real estate need to ask whether his

Forum | China-Lusophone trade grows 11% in first quarter

Trade between China and Portuguese-speaking countries grew 11.62% in the period from January to March 2019, increasing to USD33.7 billion (about MOP272 billion), according to official Chinese

Hong Kong dollar nears weak end of peg as trade war costs mount

Hong Kong’s currency is once again approaching the weak end of its trading band against the greenback, after a reprieve last month. Falling demand for

Macau-Hengqin collaboration to deepen

The two neighboring territories of Macau and Hengqin are expected to have a larger role to play in each other’s development, but how exactly that

A Hong Kong doctor’s ‘Nefarious Network’ sparks market inquiry

The Hong Kong billionaire known as the “King of Toys” says he was asleep at 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning two years ago when Roy

Macau among top choices for employment in GBA, survey finds

The annual Hong Kong Employment Trends Survey and Salary Outlook of KMPG has shown that 53% of respondents would consider working in Greater Bay Area cities,

Hong Kong | Chaotic scenes at legislature over extradition law

Hong Kong’s legislative assembly descended into chaos over the weekend as lawmakers for and against controversial amendments to the territory’s extradition law clashed over access to the

Opinion | Hong Kong’s Bay Area stocks are a haven from trade-war jolts

The plunge in Hong Kong stocks this week triggered by the renewed U.S.-China trade conflict was the latest jolt for a market that’s veered wildly between bear and

Hong Kong | Extradition law may hurt overseas investment, says ICC

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy forces pledged to step up their effort to block the government’s plan to allow extraditions to mainland China. The opposition coalition, known as

China’s top high-tech show to highlight GBA innovation

Over 3,000 exhibitors from more than 100 countries and regions will participate in China’s top technology show in November, which this highlights the science and technology

Education | HKUST to launch the city’s first marine science program

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology will offer the city›s first undergraduate course in marine science in September this year. Up to 40

Macau delegation participates in GBA Forum

A Macau delegation led by the Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong participated in the “Forum on Economic Cooperation between Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau,” held as part of Asia’s

Swine fever in China creates an opportunity for Brazilian exporters

The outbreak of African swine fever in China and the resulting slaughter of the affected animals has led the government of the country to authorise imports

Shuttles from Macau to HKIA to come soon

Following Macau International Airport’s (MIA) intention to set up a reception area at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) and the Macau checkpoint of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau

Forum Macau wants more tourist cooperation with member countries

Boosting exchange and cooperation in the areas of tourism, conventions and exhibitions is a key task in the framework of Forum Macau, the Secretary-General of the

1MDB | Mahathir claims Jho Low already swiped most of fund money

Malaysia’s prime minister yesterday accused fugitive billionaire Jho Low of absconding with most of the money from sovereign investment fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), Malay Mail

Hengqin | CRCC Plaza Project design wins award

A Hong Kong architecture firm, Aedas, won an award at the A’Design Award & Competition, a platform for design companies to sell their designs to sponsor companies, for its

Mapping a new city | The Hengqin we see from Macau

According to the Hengqin new district city master plan 2014-2020, the under-construction city to Macau’s west will be divided into 10 sections, each with its own

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