Celine Ge

Celine Ge is a Hong Kong-based business reporter with the Post chasing after news on consumer and services companies. She studied journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University before attending King’s College London for a masters in international political economy.
Celine Ge
Celine Ge is a Hong Kong-based business reporter with the Post chasing after news on consumer and services companies. She studied journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University before attending King’s College London for a masters in international political economy.

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China’s 34m ‘mass affluent’ consumers to drive 75 pc of national consumption by 2020
China’s craving for crayfish creates US$2 billion business
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Face masks are latest casualties of China-South Korea row
Fosun joins Mattel to put Ken and Barbie into Club Med kids’ clubs in China
L’Occitane sales rise on celebrity endorsements in China
In Hong Kong, the new look of success is lean and sculpted
London property does not get vote of Hong Kong investors after election shock
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Chow Tai Fook net profit rises 3.9pc, says it will open 100 new shops this year
Guangzhou Rural Commercial Bank expects to raise US$1.1b at IPO ‘to bolster balance sheet’