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  1. Influx of tourists 'will not lead to crime wave'

    Posted Aug 20th 2003, 12:00am by Niki Law

    ... staff were already screening individual visitors from other cities, and law enforcement officers would conduct regular raids at labour black spots. ...

  2. Smooth entry for individual travellers

    Posted Aug 21st 2003, 12:00am by Niki Law

    ... Livelihood showed 73.4 per cent of the 421 people interviewed felt Hong Kong's safety would fall as mainland arrivals increased. Security chief Ambrose Lee Siu-kwong said law enforcement ...

  3. Party time as Leo returns from exile

    Posted Aug 01st 2003, 12:00am by Niki Law

    ... A huge welcoming party greeted the return of Hong Kong's best-known luxury cruise ship in Tsim Sha Tsui yesterday. After almost four months in Australia, the SuperStar Leo berthed at Ocean Terminal to the strains of a police marching band and a perfo ...

  4. Learning to lead

    Posted Jul 11th 2003, 12:00am by Joyce Law

    ... TO BE SMART citizens, we need to think critically to distinguish right from wrong. With this in mind, a programme aimed at providing youths with the ability to analyse current affairs will take place this summer. Youth in Legco - Certificate Course for Yo ...

  5. Tycoon tells tour firms not to run down hotels

    Posted Aug 28th 2003, 12:00am by Chloe Lai, Niki Law

    ... He says operators have been telling clients that Hong Kong overcharges A business tycoon and hotel owner yesterday asked tour operators to stop 'bad-mouthing Hong Kong' by saying hotels overcharged. Lui Che-woo, chairman of KWah International an ...

  6. Tour operators see huge market potential from cross-delta bridge

    Posted Aug 08th 2003, 12:00am by Carrie Chan, Niki Law

    ... Local tour operators predict a huge market for multi-destination tours around the Pearl River Delta will develop if the 30km bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai is built. But a street poll by the South China Morning Post found mainland tourists had ...

  7. Compulsory purchase law has led to intimidation of flat owners

    Posted Apr 11th 2011, 12:00am

    ... on good incomes. Decrepit buildings in less desirable locations are of no interest to property developers and will only be redeveloped under public-funded programmes, originally considered to be the focus of the Urban Renewal Authority. However, it shows little interest in any locations other than those that can generate considerable returns for it and its property developer partners. While ...

  8. Unfair to exclude statutory bodies from Hong Kong's competition law

    Posted Jan 20th 2012, 12:00am

    ... of a competition law that excludes statutory bodies. This would clearly signal increased government intervention in the market, which would in turn adversely affect the criteria and considerations used in the foundation's index, such as on trade freedom and government monopolies. No one will argue against a level playing field, but a competition law that excludes more than 500 statutory bodies, some ...

  9. Property model can save mainland railways

    Posted Aug 09th 2010, 12:00am by Toh Han Shih

    ... the private sector, but it is actually below 5 per cent. According to a survey last year by the law firm Allen & Overy, China ranks as only the 12th most favoured destination for infrastructure ... significant revenue from selling land around its urban rail lines for property development. The mainland's railway sector should adopt a similar business model. When a railway is built into even ...

  10. Buying property a whole new ball game in laid-back city

    Posted Sep 21st 2007, 12:00am by John Cremer

    ... John Cremer Potential investors weighing up the Macau property market should first learn the rules, and step one is to realise that the sector is less tightly regulated than Hong Kong. ... the required building approvals and completing a certain percentage of the development. Hong Kong's legal system was also based on common law, while Macau used continental law. This means ...




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