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  1. Chinese yards making strong market gains

    Posted Apr 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Keith Wallis in Singapore keith.wallis@scmp.com Chinese shipyards were set to take an increasing share of the burgeoning offshore vessel construction market, shipping experts said ... and development activity in Asia and other markets such as Brazil and Africa. Philip Williams, the head of business development in Southeast Asia for Larsen & Toubro, said: 'A lot of yards ...

  2. Chinese solar firms aren't out to undercut competition

    Posted Dec 01st 2011, 12:00am

    ... going out of business because of significant price drops and competition from China- and, more significantly, the continuing trend of solar manufacturing facilities and jobs relocating from ... ago. Excess capacity and overinvestment are prevalent in Chinese industries. Unfortunately, that also tends to have a spillover effect on the rest of the world. An industry characterised ...

  3. Business should face up to Japan's nuclear threat

    Posted Apr 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... There have been discrepancies and errors in the information released in relation to the disaster, prompting criticism of a cover-up. As a Chinese saying goes: 'Paper can't hide ... that in the past have focused their business on Japan tours should now consider developing other markets before it's too late. The same goes for other businesses such as Japanese restaurants. ...

  4. Students clean up with business plan for food-waste recycling

    Posted Sep 27th 2010, 12:00am by Amy Nip

    ... HK$120,000 to help fund his scheme for a recycling centre turning food waste into odourless organic fertiliser. Cheng, a fourth-year business administration student at Chinese University, and his teammates won the Hong Kong Social Enterprise Challenge, a business plan competition organised by the university's Centre for Entrepreneurship. The Home Affairs Bureau provided the prize money. ...

  5. Food waste from HK businesses shoots up

    Posted Oct 27th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Cheung Chi-fai The food waste generated by businesses in Hong Kong has almost tripled in the past eight years while that of households is falling. While domestic food waste declined by 5 per cent from 2005 to 2009, businesses produced 37 per cent more food waste in the same period. Last year's total was nearly triple that in 2002. The figures shed further light ...

  6. Albright sketches role for business on climate change

    Posted May 22nd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Cameron Dueck Former top diplomat urges joint action with governments Governments and corporations would have to work together to tackle climate change, with businesses pushing government ... said that holding the top foreign policy post from 1997 to 2001 under Bill Clinton's presidency taught her how closely businesses and the government worked together in putting together ...

  7. Business as usual for Australia and China?

    Posted Oct 19th 2007, 12:00am by Greg Barns

    ... Minister John Howard has shown that China is definitely a nation Australia wants to do business with and stay on friendly terms on both the diplomatic and strategic fronts. And the man who would ... assist the Chinese in moving forward on the issue. On the matter of Sino-Japanese tensions, Mr Rudd is less hostile to the idea of greater security ties between China and Australia than Mr ...

  8. Quake-related names banned for businesses

    Posted Jul 14th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Choi Chi-yuk Mainland authorities have banned the use of earthquake-related names for commercial purposes. The latest business to fall foul of the rule is a restaurant in Wuhan, ... They accused the owner of trying to exploit the public's sympathy for people affected by the devastating Sichuan earthquake to boost business, the Chutian Metropolis Daily reported yesterday. ...

  9. Global warming is everyone's business

    Posted Mar 28th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The mainland government has expressed concern about global warming, fearing it could damage the rural economy that most Chinese rely on. At the same time, China is the second largest ... the governments' problem. It is everyone's business. The problem can be reduced by taking public transport instead of cars or using fans instead of air conditioners, for example. WONG YUK-YI Yan Oi ...

  10. Davos forum's founder plans Chinese summit

    Posted Mar 18th 2007, 12:00am by Tom Miller

    ... generation of business leaders. It is designed to complement the annual meeting of the global elite in the Swiss town of Davos, said Klaus Schwab. 'The world's centre of gravity is shifting ... Schwab, who was in Beijing to shore up government support for the project, said he hoped the annual summit, which will take place in a different Chinese city each year, would achieve ...




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