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  1. Foreign firms keen on HK

    Posted Oct 07th 2008, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dennis Eng Hong Kong is on course to assist 250 foreign companies to set up or expand operations in the city this year despite an increasingly difficult economic environment, InvestHK director-general Mike Rowse said. 'If the US economy is weak or has negative growth, then the world economy is going to be affected. Even if China is growing at 8 per cent or 9 per cent, ...

  2. Visitors tipped to exceed 30m

    Posted Jan 26th 2008, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dennis Eng Tourism chiefs are predicting another bumper year for visitors to Hong Kong, despite rising competition and the recent global stock market decline. Visitor numbers will rise 8 per cent, to 30.43 million, from last year's record 28.17 million and they will spend HK$152.7 billion, up 10.7 per cent from last year, the Hong Kong Tourism Board predicts. ...

  3. Olympic deals to cost guests HK$20,000

    Posted Oct 01st 2007, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Long-haul visitors coming to Hong Kong for the Olympic equestrian events can expect to pay about HK$20,000 for a week-long visit, as the Tourism Board rolls out 'equestrian packages' in key markets. The first, launched in New Zealand last month, ...

  4. Japanese experts see HK staying on top

    Posted Jun 08th 2007, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... A study by Japanese think-tanks says Hong Kong will remain one of the world's most competitive economies in the next 10 years. The study, which ranked Hong Kong No1 for competitiveness out of 50 economies last year, says the city's strength will ...

  5. International schools under study

    Posted Apr 16th 2007, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Expats frustrated by the lack of educational options for their children The government is undertaking an in-depth study of major international schools in Hong Kong to gauge better their ability to meet demand. It has commissioned the American Chamber of C ...

  6. Forum calls for coalition-building

    Posted Jun 23rd 2006, 12:00am by Dennis Eng

    ... Dialogue urged among public, government and NGOs Articulating a unified long-term vision that embraces active and constructive dialogue between the public and private sectors is needed to pave the way for Hong Kong's future, business leaders say. Hon ...

  7. Graduates found to lack knowledge, job loyalty

    Posted Nov 18th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com Hong Kong's fresh graduates lack general knowledge and loyalty towards their employers, according to a survey of more than 300 businesses. The survey, conducted by City University and the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong, found that most employers were dissatisfied with fresh graduates' level of knowledge about ...

  8. HK tops world survey, but rising costs a worry

    Posted Jun 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com Hong Kong has emerged as the world's most competitive territory this year- but pollution, the rising cost of living, and low spending on health and education are threats to its position, a study by a Swiss business school found. The city ranked first out of 59 territories on measures including personal tax rates and broadband speeds ...

  9. Recycle 'biased' comics, environmentalist says

    Posted Aug 04th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com A set of educational comic books funded by the government's HK$5 billion Quality Education Fund are biased and fit only for the recycling pile, a teacher and green activist says. Roy Tam Hoi-pong collected more than 100 of the Basic Law Comic For Secondary School Students after they were handed out to his secondary school pupils ...

  10. Retirement age will rise as workforce shrinks

    Posted Jul 16th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com Delayed retirement is set to become more common in Hong Kong as an ageing population and decades of low fertility rates lead to a shrinking workforce, according to the actuarial industry. Hong Kong does not have any law that stipulates when workers should retire, although it has been generally accepted in the public and private sectors that women ...




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