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  1. TPV plans bigger LCD business on mainland demand

    Posted Mar 25th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bien Perez TPV Technology, the world's biggest contract manufacturer of computer monitors, is gearing up to expand its television business this year as the mainland becomes ... the vice-president for Greater China at market research firm DisplaySearch, said. TPV posted a 19.9 per cent rise in net profit last year to US$169.3 million from US$141.2 million in 2009, on the back ...

  2. Check in to study hotel business

    Posted Nov 20th 2010, 12:00am by Annemarie Evans

    ... information for their dissertations. 'Most of the requests from master's and PhD students are for research and data,' Hou said. 'So they come and interview us at work or do ...

  3. Munich Re seeks to expand mainland insurance business

    Posted Jun 23rd 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... populous but under- insured country. Chief executive Nikolaus von Bomhard told a briefing yesterday the company is seeking to expand mainland business where the insurance penetration rate remains ... investor can own up to 50 per cent of a joint-venture life insurer while the investment cap for a non-life insurer is set at 25 per cent. Munich Re's current business on the mainland focuses ...

  4. HK business schools acquire global standing

    Posted Nov 09th 2009, 12:00am by Nick Westra

    ... Nick Westra Enrolling in a Master of Business Administration programme at an Asian university used to be like eating at an authentic Chinese restaurant, says T.J. Wong of the Chinese ... the region has fixed a spotlight on local business schools. The full-time MBA class size at CUHK has increased from 50 students last year to 76 after the number of applicants doubled. 'We want ...

  5. Red-flag stores past their 'sell-by' date In a cutthroat business environment, old-style emporiums struggle to survive

    Posted Aug 21st 2009, 12:00am by Elaine Yau

    ... when that advantage disappeared with the opening of the mainland economy in the 1980s. Many have gone out of business in the past two decades. Even Yue Hwa Chinese Products, which once operated ... that patriotic sentiment. It was established by 108 Tsuen Wan residents- a mix of farmers, labourers, hawkers and village elders- who put up varying amounts of capital as shares in the business. At its ...

  6. Macau ideally placed for business visitors

    Posted Sep 19th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... events industry in Macau by opening the Macau Business Tourism Centre this year, and events organisers like us look forward to more initiatives from the authorities. How firmly entrenched ... and the MICE sector? Asia is a booming market for all businesses and Macau is one of the newest cities to join in. The facilities in Asia are mostly new and very big, so that makes it easier ...

  7. How three resorts are getting down to business again

    Posted Apr 16th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... US$60,000 and US$80,000 for a 30-year lease. It was here that Hong Kong banking executive Arne Lindman, who was building a holiday home for his family at the resort, lost his 15-month-old son ...

  8. How three resorts are getting down to business again

    Posted Apr 16th 2005, 12:00am by Simon Parry

    ... by cutting the ribbon on a lavish presidential suite that will be hired out for US$8,000 a night. The 1,400 square metre suite at the Soneva Gili in the Maldives will be the biggest over-water ... the least-expensive villas cost US$1,500 a night- suffered extensive structural damage in the tsunami, although no one was hurt. Chief marketing officer Raymond Hall said: 'We were already building ...

  9. Business as usual for island's investors

    Posted Mar 22nd 2004, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... Mark O'Neill in Shanghai Trade figures prove that economics, not politics, drives cross-strait ties; It's business as usual for island's investors The re-election of Chen Shui-bian will raise the political temperature across the Taiwan Strait, but it will be business as usual as far as Taiwanese investors are concerned. In Shanghai and its neighbouring cities, ...

  10. Booms, busts, and business as usual

    Posted Nov 06th 2003, 12:00am by John Church

    ... It took the Post a while to get a special business section going, but once it did, it never looked back. John Church talked to five of the paper's past business editors Financial Concerns The history of business in Hong Kong, it could be said, is the history of Hong Kong. Yet it was only by the late 1960s that the business community appeared obviously distinct ...




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