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China Aircraft Leasing in talks with Boeing over new purchases, shares surge
HSBC releases base metal pledged for US$30m loan to Zhong Jun Resources

HSBC has released base metals used as collateral for commodity financing by Zhong Jun Resources, according to Company Registry documents obtained yesterday.

31 Jul 2014 - 6:46PM

HSBC has released base metals used as collateral for commodity financing by Zhong Jun Resources, according to Company Registry documents obtained yesterday.

HSBC releases base metal pledged for US$30m loan to Zhong Jun Resources
Confidence rising among Hong Kong's small and medium-sized firms

Confidence among Hong Kong's small and medium-sized enterprises is improving but investment sentiment has fallen for two consecutive quarters, a new survey for the Hong Kong Productivity Council shows.

23 Jul 2014 - 1:33AM

Confidence among Hong Kong's small and medium-sized enterprises is improving but investment sentiment has fallen for two consecutive quarters, a new survey for the Hong Kong Productivity Council shows.

Confidence rising among Hong Kong's small and medium-sized firms
ADB trims Southeast Asian outlook as 'temporary' factors drag down growth

The Asian Development Bank trimmed its growth forecast for Southeast Asia this year by 0.3 percentage point as the region was weighed down by Thailand's political turmoil and coup, Indonesia's mineral export ban and industrial park riots in Vietnam

19 Jul 2014 - 1:58AM

The Asian Development Bank trimmed its growth forecast for Southeast Asia this year by 0.3 percentage point as the region was weighed down by Thailand's political turmoil and coup, Indonesia's mineral export ban and industrial park riots in Vietnam

ADB trims Southeast Asian outlook as 'temporary' factors drag down growth
Bad debt burns hole in pockets of city's exporters

The number of Hong Kong exporters carrying bad debt climbed sharply to as much as 45 per cent this year from just 32 per cent last year, according to the findings of a new survey by the University of Hong Kong.

11 Jul 2014 - 11:46AM

The number of Hong Kong exporters carrying bad debt climbed sharply to as much as 45 per cent this year from just 32 per cent last year, according to the findings of a new survey by the University of Hong Kong.

Bad debt burns hole in pockets of city's exporters