LAM Soon Marketing Services' Knife brand cooking oil business, worth about $10 million, has been won by J. Walter Thompson after a pitch involving incumbent DDB Needham, Grey Advertising and Ogilvy & Mather. THREE advertising agencies have been invited to take part in Lane Crawford's review of its $15 million-plus advertising business, which is currently with Leo Burnett. It is understood the agencies Ball Euro RSCG, BSB and Leo Burnett are being asked to help re-position Lane Crawford's image in the wake of the company's marketing redevelopment. THE Government Information Services' Keep Hongkong Clean campaign has been retained by Lintas after a pitch against Ogilvy & Mather, McCann-Erickson and Dentsu, Young & Rubicam. The account, which is worth more than $2 million on retainer, has been with Lintas for four years. Another government account, the Urban Council's Greening Hongkong campaign, is being fought over by Saatchi & Saatchi and Lintas. THE 1992 4As Agency Hongkong Income report has caused some confusion over comparisons in agency income and billings growth since 1991. Basing figures on reported income excluding each agency's stated China and public relations business from 1992 and 1991 totals, the top 10 4As advertising agencies performed as follows. Number one agency J. Walter Thompson up 31 per cent; DDB Needham up 61 per cent; Ogilvy & Mather up 12 per cent; Leo Burnett and Dentsu, Young & Rubicam down 14 and four per cent respectively; Ball Euro RSCG up one per cent; Grey Hongkong up 24 per cent;Bozell up 17 per cent; McCann-Erickson up 13 per cent; and BSB down eight per cent. Of the remaining 10 agencies, the best performers were Saatchi and Saatchi, Lee Davis Ayer, FCB and Compu-Ad which experienced income growth of 17, 18, 21 and 29 per cent respectively. DOW Jones is distributing the weekly television programme The Asian Wall Street Journal Report to broadcasters and cable outlets throughout Asia from September. The 30-minute news magazine programme will be produced in Hongkong and New York by Dow Jones' television news unit, Wall Street Journal Television. BSB Hongkong has a new regional account director, Mr Philip Taylor. He joins the agency from George Patterson in Melbourne where he was group account director looking after the Mars Australia campaign. NEWSWEEK has won its sixth Best in the Business award from readers of the American Journalism Review for its coverage of the 1992 presidential campaign. Newsweek's coverage of the campaign polled 39.9 per cent of votes. LEO Burnett has added the World International pitch for Telford House to its new business list. World International is the property arm of Wharf Holdings. It will initially bill $6 million.