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  1. Jiang's theory gets credit for inspiring toiling heroes

    Posted Jul 27th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... had gone in recent weeks, the key officials had not been available because they were taking the courses. 'I don't even have to ask anymore,' he said. 'As soon ...

  2. Shops welcome yuan credit card plan

    Posted Nov 19th 2003, 12:00am by Kelvin Chan

    ... on the mainland, bringing greater convenience for travellers based here. 'If there is renminbi credit card [acceptance] of course it will bring a lot of convenience to customers, especially from ... of the welcome sounds resulting from the announcement yesterday of new rules to pave the way for yuan-denominated credit cards and bank accounts. The news that, starting next year, shoppers ...

  3. Credit cards in China need cautious view

    Posted Oct 11th 2003, 12:00am by Ken Lo

    ... researcher McKinsey & Co estimates there are fewer than one million credit cards and the revenue generated is less than 160 million yuan (HK$150 million). This is, of course, the result ... officially that there is a possibility for foreign banks to issue credit cards on the mainland 'in the near future', and these planners are scrambling to understand the implications ...

  4. PolyU courses capitalise on Hong Kong's abundance of talent

    Posted Nov 12th 2003, 12:00am by Winston Raj

    ... is a one-year course for full-time students and a two-year course for part-time students. The credit-bearing programme also allows students to change from full-time to a part-time mode, 'making ... HRM programmes are not scarce in Hong Kong.' The degree course consists of eight modules comprising 120 credits. It includes continuing professional development; management report; ...

  5. Rebel on a course to expand our horizons

    Posted Jul 12th 2003, 12:00am by Linda Yeung

    ... areas. Even at universities, the curriculum is narrow,' he said. The limited range of general education courses on offer here did almost nothing, he said, because university students had little interest in non credit-bearing courses. He said he felt enlightened by his first degree at Stetson University, a liberal arts institution in Florida, in the 70s. He was excited about, ...

  6. Shaming strategy puts defaulters on public notice

    Posted Aug 08th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Credit changed its name to Quality Consultants and was employed by another bank. Within a few months, police arrested several toughs on its payroll for abducting a defaulter at knife-point. ...

  7. Nine-hole layout for Kai Tak

    Posted Nov 21st 2003, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... Alvin Sallay A new nine-hole golf course will become available to Hong Kong's corporate sector- and budding golfers- in February when the upgraded Oriental Golf City (OGC) facility ... The total yardage of the short course is 1,445 yards. The layout comprises five lakes and 21 bunkers. It has been designed locally. According to Ng, the plan is to provide young children, ...

  8. Shopping madness

    Posted Nov 28th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... B. J. Lee, SEOUL South Korea's mind-boggling credit card debt problem is not just an economic woe. It is true, of course, that credit card companies and financial regulators should ... The problem started at the turn of the millennium when the government tried to revive the economy by encouraging consumer spending. Officials urged credit card companies to expand their business ...

  9. Property sector to regain lure

    Posted Dec 02nd 2003, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... Sandy Li Bullish forecasts for the business and residential sectors of 20pc are based on hopes surrounding Cepa and low rates Hong Kong's office and residential property sectors will outperform the market next year, with prices and rents expected to ...

  10. Kai Tak golf course opening delayed

    Posted Dec 30th 2003, 12:00am by Peter Michael

    ... slowed progress on a multi-million-dollar golf facility being built in the heart of Hong Kong. The opening of the nine-hole golf course being built on the former Kai Tak airport site may be delayed by up to a month pending further planning approval and better weather to allow grass on the fairways and greens to take root. The proposed course, which will offer night golf under lights, ...




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