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  1. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Sabrina Chao rises to top of Wah Kwong. Is Forbes' top 50 next?

    Posted Jan 22nd 2013, 12:00am by Howard Winn

    ... over the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge, and it's going to be interesting to see how the Airport Authority gets round the problem of meeting the legal air quality limits with its proposed ... Goldmans' spokesman in Hong Kong, told Lai See yesterday. Eight police, two yellow lines A few weeks ago we wrote that the police appeared to be taking a tougher line on the vexed matter of illegal ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1133281/sabrina-chao-rises-top-wah-kwong-forbes-top-50-next
  2. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Weakening of watchdogs may be no accident

    Posted Oct 05th 2012, 12:00am by Howard Winn

    ... environmental impact assessment studies that have to be conducted for infrastructure projects such as the controversial Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge. The permanent secretary, on the other hand, ... of the Two IFC building. What secrets does the government not want us to see? Donald Tsang's schmoozing with tycoons, or the extent of mainland interference in the running of Hong Kong? We ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1054059/weakening-watchdogs-may-be-no-accident
  3. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Remarkable change in Philippine security says Hong Kong government

    Posted Apr 24th 2014, 01:11am by Howard Winn

    ... it "aims to help people better understand the risk or threat to personal safety in travelling," we all know the decision had nothing to do with this, but was related to the Hong Kong ... Obviously the black alert had nothing to do with the security situation in the Philippines but was a cynical abuse of the system. It was a political decision. What effect did it have? True, Hong ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1495407/remarkable-change-philippine-security-says-hong-kong-government
  4. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    EPD needs a Plan B for waste management

    Posted Apr 23rd 2014, 12:46am by Howard Winn

    ... and Clear the Air, have done much to alert the public and the government to alternative possibilities for dealing with Hong Kong's waste. But the government has confronted these alternatives ... is not suitable in Hong Kong, but in the US an Aecom executive was quoted as saying that the technology was ready for large-scale commercialisation. The New Territories Concern Group has suggested a pilot ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1494727/epd-needs-plan-b-waste-management
  5. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    China Development Bank playing hardball over Rusal loan reform

    Posted Apr 18th 2014, 01:13am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn We see that events around one of our favourite stocks Rusal remain as confused as ever. The Russian aluminium company has attracted some interest with a Hong Kong stock ... book, but in the last few months since Han Baoxing replaced Liu Hao, as the head of CDB's Hong Kong branch, the bank has been noticeably less visible in the loan market. One view ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1486361/china-development-bank-playing-hardball-over-rusal-loan-reform
  6. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    So who's responsible for the MTR debacle?

    Posted Apr 17th 2014, 01:01am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn Good to see the Hong Kong government's attitude towards the Principal Officials Accountability System remains unchanged. That is, no matter how embarrassing a blunder, ... as well we weren't invited.   A matter of perception Cathay Pacific Airways has been named Hong Kong's most attractive employer. This odd sounding award is not, as you might suppose, ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1484931/so-whos-responsible-mtr-debacle
  7. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Fishy business on the rise in Hong Kong

    Posted Apr 04th 2014, 12:29am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn Hong Kong has had a ban on trawling for fish since the end of 2012. It has made payments to fishermen to assist them during this ban, and many of the familiar green-hulled ... are unclear whether they are registered in Hong Kong or on the mainland, or both. Meanwhile, the Marine Department has done nothing to address the question of providing additional private moorings ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1464217/fishy-business-rise-hong-kong
  8. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Deborah Annells remanded in custody after fresh charges

    Posted Apr 16th 2014, 12:32am by Howard Winn

    ... 55, who is well-known in Hong Kong expatriate circles, appeared before Principal Magistrate Bina Chainrai on a charge of doing an act, tending and intended to pervert the course of public ... to rent premises in Sea Bird House. Annells is the founder and CEO of AzureTax, which specialises in arranging the tax affairs of expatriates in Hong Kong. This sometimes involves setting up trust ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1483321/deborah-annells-remanded-custody-after-fresh-charges
  9. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Hong Kong is being choked by its government bureaucracy

    Posted Apr 02nd 2014, 05:45am by Howard Winn

    ... Hong Kong. Small wonder it cannot organise itself to get a halfway decent harbour front, or why there is a shortage of moorings for boats while there are literally acres of space in typhoon ... in a bureaucratic quagmire. Hong Kong is choking on its own bureaucracy. This is a serious problem, but as everyone knows reforming the civil service is one of the hardest things to do. There are too many ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1462722/hong-kong-being-choked-its-government-bureaucracy
  10. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Too much focus on fishing boats as pleasure craft are neglected

    Posted Apr 15th 2014, 12:19am by Howard Winn

    ... came into effect at the end of 2012, there are now more registered fishing boats in Hong Kong than there were before the ban. It will be recalled that in 2010, there were 5,571 licensed fishing ... are licensed here and in the mainland, but they prefer to be based in Hong Kong, which is an easier place to operate from. But while the Marine Department accommodates the presence of ever more fishing ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1482429/too-much-focus-fishing-boats-pleasure-craft-are-neglected

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