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  1. On tour

    Posted May 13th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... reading his notes- impressed with his linguistic skills, China News Services said. time to turn tourist James Soong and his wife, Viola Chan Wan-shui, found time yesterday to turn tourists at Prince Gong's palace and the hutongs, the China News Service reported. Arriving by rickshaw and dressed in casual wear, Mr Soong said he wanted to visit the palace because he was fond ...

  2. Keep your word, Chen told, and you'll meet Hu

    Posted May 13th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... leaders from Taiwan if they agreed to the one-China principle and adhered to the '1992 consensus'. 'No matter what he has said or done in the past, we are ready to talk with them ... and the one-China principle. He said the mainland wanted the present Taiwanese leaders to 'truly honour' what was agreed upon 'and the consensus we reached' in February. ...

  3. HK economy ranked as Asia's most competitive

    Posted May 13th 2005, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... on China's economic coattails. 'Hong Kong has performed well and is a beneficiary of a 'pool effect' from China,' he said. The mainland tumbled from 24th place in 2004 to 31st ...

  4. Sentiment gets boost from strong home sales

    Posted May 31st 2005, 12:00am by Denise Tsang

    ... Esprit fell 1.29 per cent to $57 on the back of a weakened euro. China Merchants closed at $14.60, down 0.34 per cent. The red-chip index edged up 18.92 points to 1,572.93 driven by telecommunications plays. China Mobile rose 1.64 per cent to $27.75, China Unicom added 0.81 per cent to $6.20 and China Netcom rose 0.47 per cent to $10.60. The H-share index rose 36.35 points to finish ...

  5. Hong Kong advance to Cup quarters as Asian Games hopes fade

    Posted Sep 11th 2005, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... to the Cup, Hong Kong, who were second behind China in the pool matches, will now play Japan in the Cup quarter-finals. If they lose, a likely case, they will then be in the Plate semi-finals. ... pulled off a couple of try-saving tackles that saved the day for Hong Kong. But the SAR were blown away by China who romped to a 40-0 victory. Winger Li Yang scored a hat-trick and Johnny Zhang ...

  6. Betting on new blood

    Posted Sep 29th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... came in a written response to questions presented by the South China Morning Post to the Monetary Authority of Macau, or Autoridade Monetaria de Macau' (AMCM). 'The Macau government ...

  7. Profit at CCB acquisition soars 52pc

    Posted Sep 29th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Maria Chan Bank of America (Asia) hits HK$371.8m on interest income Bank of America (Asia), which is being bought by China Construction Bank (CCB), said first-half net profit rose 51.5 per cent, driven by increased interest income. Net profit for the six months to June for the local unit of Bank of America Corp rose to HK$371.8 million from HK$245.3 million a year earlier as net ...

  8. Government invites Tamar site tenders

    Posted Sep 29th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... with the Central cityscape, enhances the appeal and vibrancy of the waterfront area, and is in harmony with the ridgeline of Hong Kong Island.? The four pre-qualified bidders are: the China State- ...

  9. BOCHK demonstrates the hard questions just have to be asked

    Posted Aug 05th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Tom Mitchell LATE LAST YEAR, an investment banker involved in the initial public offering of BOC Hong Kong (Holdings) had lunch with three South China Morning Post journalists and one ... with the impression that the banker had chosen his career well- for he would have made a miserable journalist. After all, former Bank of China chief executive Wang Xuebing had been sacked just six months ...

  10. $14m prize to draw top global horses

    Posted Apr 17th 2004, 12:00am by Peta Tomlinson

    ... Peslier, Gerald Mosse and Douglas Whyte in the saddle. A capacity crowd of 50,000 is expected, and the event will be transmitted live to 15 countries, including China. ...




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