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  1. Restaurants

    Posted Dec 01st 2011, 12:00am

    ... Shanghainese and Suzhou-styled noodles. $ Xiao Nan Guo Shop 301-302, Level 3, Man Yee Building, 68 Des Voeux Road, Central. Tel: 2259 9393. (Branches in Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2369 8899; Causeway Bay, ...

  2. Tianjin shapes up as OTC bourse

    Posted Oct 01st 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... AI Guo in Tianjin Decision on where to house national over-the-counter market is expected this month The central government is likely to pick Tianjin's Binhai New Area to operate the national over-the-counter equity bourse, a Tianjin official said. The decision could be announced as early as late this month, after the 17th Communist Party congress ends, as the mainland is eager ...

  3. Gearing up for the Games

    Posted Nov 14th 2004, 12:00am by Freda Wan

    ... to see Guo Jingjing,' said Ung Yan-tung, a homemaker, busy taking photographs on her digital camera. 'I also want to learn what this East Asian Games is about.' Guo, China's ...

  4. Economists split on the issues driving inflation

    Posted Sep 12th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Jane Cai and Al Guo Is dearer food alone raising CPI? Economists have mixed opinions on what last month's 6.5 per cent inflation rate says about the health of the mainland economy. Some say the consumer price index is being driven up by only a small number of food price increases, indicating a structural problem, while others see the near 11-year high as part ...

  5. Officials board the through train

    Posted Sep 07th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Al Guo in Dalian The top banking and securities regulators said they were still working out the details of a scheme to allow mainland investors to buy stocks in Hong Kong directly, further dampening hopes that its implementation was imminent. Ever since the programme was first announced on August 20, various ministries and banks have offered vague and sometimes contradictory messages ...

  6. CBRC denies delay in retail investor scheme

    Posted Sep 01st 2007, 12:00am by Nevin Nie

    ... Al Guo in Beijing, Daniel Ren in Shanghai and Nevin Nie China's banking regulator said a recently introduced scheme to allow mainland retail investors to buy stocks directly in the Hong Kong market had been proceeding smoothly, after confusion over when and how the programme would proceed increased over the past few days. Guidelines for the programme could be released ...

  7. Sport swear

    Posted Sep 25th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... For Wang, who set up the unofficial Beijing Guo'an Football Fan Members' Club in 1994, it was an offer he couldn't refuse, despite the government's motives 'Some of our ... with official status than without.' To get around the ban on fan clubs, Wang's former club had been registered as a company attached to the Beijing Guo'an team, but its activities were ...

  8. HK stock plan may be extended to Shanghai

    Posted Aug 22nd 2007, 12:00am by Nevin Nie

    ... the performance of US stocks,' said Anthony Guo Xinlin, an analyst with CAF Securities, the securities arm of Agricultural Bank of China. 'Hong Kong investors also still want to wait and see how ...

  9. Rescuers battle to reach 172 trapped miners

    Posted Aug 20th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Al Guo in Xintai We are doing the best we can, say officials, as families denounce lack of information Rescuers continued searching for survivors yesterday at Huayuan Mining's flooded coal mine in Xintai, Shandong province, despite the slim chance of finding anyone alive. Officials brought in seven powerful pumps to remove water from the inundated mine, where 172 miners were ...

  10. Relatives blast authorities for slow response in mine rescue

    Posted Aug 19th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Al Guo in Xintai Scenes outside the Xintai coal mine where more than 170 miners were trapped underground by floods were chaotic, everywhere ringing with the sound of cries, stamping feet and barked orders. As rescuers raced against time to install water pumps, arrange relief gear and organise taskforces, grief-stricken relatives gathered nearby. Many vented their anger ...




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