Hong Kong | Best stock rally since 2015 is now under threat

Hong Kong stocks’ best start to a year since 2015 may be put to the test this month as the benchmark gauge struggles at a key

Foreign tour operators visit cities of the Greater Bay

Tour operators from Asia, the Americas, Europe, Australia and Russia have visited cities in the Greater Bay to familiarize themselves with these destinations and explore opportunities

Shenzhen to build 7,000 5G stations

Southern China’s technology powerhouse Shenzhen is expected to build about 7,000 5G base stations this year, local authorities said over the weekend. The city also plans to

MGM executives explore the Greater Bay Area

Grant Bowie, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of MGM China, recently led a delegation of more than 20 members from the company’s senior management team to

Market regulator ends Three Gorges takeover bid for EDP

The applications for registration of the takeover bid for Portuguese power company EDP – Energias de Portugal and EDP Renováveis by the China Three Gorges group were

HSBC’s fortress Hong Kong faces its biggest threat in years

HSBC Holdings Plc spent 150 years building a financial fortress around Hong Kong that touches nearly every aspect of life in the former British colony.

Austria joins Portugal in seeking to tap China’s bond market

Austria is working on plans to sell Panda bonds as it races with Portugal to become the first euro-zone country to issue debt in the Chinese

Hengqin leader proposes visit restrictions eased

A government official in Hengqin has proposed providing visa-free access to foreigners who enter the island from Macau, according to a report by public broadcaster TDM.

Guangdong to offer 144-hour visa-free transit

Starting tomorrow, nationals from 53 countries can enjoy a 144-hour visa- free period when transiting through southern China’s Guangdong Province. The new move, approved by China’s

Hong Kong defends extradition law after largest protest in years

Hong Kong’s government said it would press ahead with legislation to end a ban on extraditions to mainland China, despite opponents staging one of the

Analysis | Bargain GBA islands unlikely to meet investor expectations

In April, the Department of Natural Resources of Guangdong Province issued the trial measures for the sale of non-resident island use rights, according to which the Guangdong government

Pirates of the Greater Bay

Cheung Po Tsai – literally Cheung Po the Kid, like many an outlaw before and after him – packed a lot into his short life: 15 years

China fugitive escapes again as Hong Kong mulls extradition law

Lam Wing-kee was nervously chain-smoking outside a Hong Kong train station, trying to make the decision of his life. Should he board a train to China

Thousands protest, many carrying umbrellas

Thousands of protesters have marched through downtown Hong Kong in opposition to changes to an extradition law that many see as eroding the territory’s independent legal system.

Guangzhou | Chinese customs seize fake Intel chips

Customs authorities in south China said it has seized a batch of chips, watches and women’s bags that infringed upon intellectual property rights (IPR). The Huangpu

GBA skepticism is groundless, says Forum Macau official

During a talk on the Greater Bay Area (GBA) organized by the Rui Cunha Foundation, the Deputy Secretary-General of the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation

Huawei to provide telecom equipment to Mozambique

Mozambican telecoms company Tmcel will spend USD23 million on telecommunications equipment under a contract signed this week in Beijing with Chinese group Huawei, Mozambican state news

Guangdong announces policies allowing private ownership of GBA islands

Come to GBA to be an island owner,” mainland news outlet 21st Century Business Herald wrote in a report about the latest document issued by

Hong Kong targets major events with Kai Tak Sports Park

The neighboring region of Hong Kong (HK) is investing a total of HKD30 billion in a mega project that will transform the Kai Tak area into

Hong Kong | Court sentences leaders of Occupy Central movement

A court in Hong Kong handed down prison sentences of up to 16 months yesterday to eight leaders of massive 2014 pro-democracy protests on public nuisance offenses.

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