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  1. Rights groups to urge UN chief to act on IIs

    Posted Oct 26th 2010, 12:00am by Alan Morison

    ... Alan Morison in Phuket Thai human rights groups cited a South China Morning Post investigation into the illicit trade in illegal migrant workers from Myanmar in calling on the United ... Solidarity Committee and the Human Rights and Development Foundation called on the Thai government 'to ensure transparent investigations into all migrant deportation abuse claims and punish ...

  2. Treating the customer right is number one priority for winning company

    Posted Jul 11th 2008, 12:00am by Wilson Lau

    ... and community needs into account. 'Our human resources team is driven to make each of our offices and treatment centres a good place to work. We will have a new office in One Island East, a Taikoo ... that the customer is treated right, and we do efficacy and safety checks at every level of our business.' The company is involved in charity work because the 'wider community is important to us, ...

  3. Shangri-La targets HK$4.7b in rights issue

    Posted Dec 11th 2010, 12:00am by Sandy Li

    ... Sandy Li Luxury hotel group Shangri-La Asia plans a rights issue to raise about HK$4.69 billion to settle a substantial portion of its bank loans amid speculation of a rate rise next year. It plans to use HK$4.62 billion of the proceeds to repay debts. By selling shares to existing shareholders at a discount, the company said it would save interest costs. The rights issue comes amid ...

  4. Nuclear needs drive quest for overseas uranium rights

    Posted Mar 31st 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Stephen Chen China is looking to buy uranium mining and exploration rights overseas, particularly in East Asia and Africa, to satisfy its ever-increasing demand for ore as the country ... of the National Energy Administration's Department of Electrical Power, told China Business News on Saturday that securing supplies of uranium ore would probably be the biggest hurdle to expansion ...

  5. CCB in drive for right people

    Posted Nov 07th 2008, 12:00am by Chris Davis

    ... Lender wants to grow business in Hong Kong and Macau by opening more branches and needs to fill many roles. Reports by Chris Davis China Construction Bank (Asia) (CCB) is adhering ... financial institutions have encountered for a long time. Miranda Kwok, director, executive vice-president and head of consumer banking group at China Construction Bank (Asia), said despite ...

  6. Launch hits the right Kee

    Posted Oct 08th 2004, 12:00am by Flora Wu

    ... Edited by Flora Wu Kee Club and Blaze Publishing launched the China issue of KEE magazine at a wild event last week. The packed house of partygoers paused only to watch a fashion show of Shanghai Tang's latest 'Nomads of China' collection, featuring hats designed by Philip Treacy. Seen mingling were Daniel and Sherilyn Fung, Nicolas von Bueren, actor Terrence Yin ...

  7. Hyundai pays high price to win back trademark rights

    Posted Feb 21st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... David Fang The deal has highlighted the problem of intellectual property ownership Beijing Hyundai Motor has paid a Zhejiang firm an undisclosed sum for the exclusive rights to the xiandai ... protecting their intellectual property rights on the mainland. 'Yes, we transferred the trademark to Beijing Hyundai last March,' said Zhuge Yang, assistant to Zhang Pengfei, the chairman ...

  8. Sinbon Electronics finds right connections in ripe market

    Posted Aug 04th 2003, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... people should keep a low profile [in China],' he added. 'Do not drive a Benz or BMW. We have a Buick commercial van for company use. Do not show off and draw attention to yourself. ... services. In banking and insurance, the authorities are too conservative,' Mr Wang said. Despite the time he has and will continue to spend in China, Mr Wang has not bought a mainland property. ...

  9. Ah Pak

    Posted Mar 17th 2010, 12:00am by Peggy Sito

    ... of maternity leave to look after the baby. Mothers' rights were enshrined in the Maternity Protection Convention on June 4, 1952, at the General Conference of the International Labour Organisation in Geneva. According to Article 3 of the convention, the minimum period of maternity leave should be no less than 12 weeks. Mothers in China who get three months' maternity leave are a little ...

  10. Protection of rights gives Singapore edge with Star Wars maker

    Posted Aug 04th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... location,' said Lucasfilm president and chief operating officer Micheline Chau. 'Singapore has full protection of intellectual property rights and a commitment to education. 'Cost ... in bars,' said Mike Wong, Hong Kong managing director and Greater China vice-president of McCann-Erickson. 'We hope to create more noise for ReSource if we are able to get sponsored ...




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