Well-off retirees are being offered homes for the rest of their lives in two upmarket housing projects for a one-off lump sum rent payment starting at about HK$3million.Wednesday, 8 February, 2012, 12:00am
The Housing Society has recruited 600 retired people, including some expatriates, to join a network promoting two upmarket housing projects for the elderly.
The move has also drawn some interest from the local Indian community, society chairman Yeung Ka-sing says.26 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
The Housing Society may need to borrow up to HK$5 billion from banks to meet the city's subsidised housing demand, its chief says.
'We are having a cash-flow problem as we are launching different housing projects after years of planning,' said chairman Yeung Ka-sing.25 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Hong Kong tycoon Carson Yeung Ka-sing (pictured), the owner of English Premier League football club Birmingham City, has been arrested and charged with money laundering.30 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
Tycoon Carson Yeung Ka-sing came to the rescue of the troubled Sing Pao Daily News yesterday, extending to its parent company an interest-free loan of up to HK$60 million.
Mr Yeung's wholly-owned Billion Wealth entered into a loan agreement with Hong Kong-listed SMI Publishing, which owns the newspaper, on Wednesday, a filing to the stock exchange shows.26 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
Weaker HK dollar forces price rises, says Wellcome13 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
Ambitious Hong Kong soccer players will have the opportunity to train at English Premier League team Birmingham City, local businessman Carson Yeung Ka-sing, whose company Grandtop International is bidding for a major stake in the side, has promised.5 Jul 2007 - 12:00am
Civil servants have expressed doubts on linking pay to performance which is likely to be recommended in the final report of a taskforce studying civil service salaries to be released tomorrow.19 Sep 2002 - 12:00am
The system used to calculate civil servants' pay rises will be made more flexible to take into account different economic situations, the head of a government pay review taskforce said yesterday.
But Yeung Ka-sing warned against dumping the long-standing method to calculate pay increases simply because of the current economic downturn.25 Feb 2002 - 12:00am
There are 'encouraging signs' for pay rises in the private sector, but the impact on the civil service remains to be seen, says a government adviser.
Yeung Ka-sing, the new chairman of the Standing Commission on Civil Service Salaries and Conditions of Service, said some firms had seen an improved performance in the first half of the year.14 Aug 2000 - 12:00am