Chris Oliver

Chris Oliver

Chris Oliver is a Business News Editor at the Post

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Podcast: Deconstructing Trump’s tariffs, turning point in history and the end of globalisation

Economist Richard Duncan cautions that China can’t possibly meet the demands on trade laid out by the Trump administration; warns of dire outcome for global economy

26 Jul 2018 - 6:13PM

Economist Richard Duncan cautions that China can’t possibly meet the demands on trade laid out by the Trump administration; warns of dire outcome for global economy

Podcast: Deconstructing Trump’s tariffs, turning point in history and the end of globalisation
Is it gloom or boom, Dr Doom? Marc Faber on US-China trade war, the Japan trap and why finance is more vulnerable than in 2007

Marc Faber’s profile faded just when his contrarian ideas might be needed most. As economic jitters grow, ‘Dr Doom’ weighs in on a US-China trade war, the Japan trap and why finance is more vulnerable now than in 2007.

8 May 2018 - 1:08PM

Marc Faber’s profile faded just when his contrarian ideas might be needed most. As economic jitters grow, ‘Dr Doom’ weighs in on a US-China trade war, the Japan trap and why finance is more vulnerable now than in 2007.

Is it gloom or boom, Dr Doom? Marc Faber on US-China trade war, the Japan trap and why finance is more vulnerable than in 2007
Hong Kong: why are parking spaces gold, while parking is so cheap?
China’s hard landing began last year, and it’s going to get worse
How credit fuelled China’s incredible boom
Macau casino scion Lawrence Ho bets big on venture in Vladivostok

Casino scion Lawrence Ho Yau-lung is no stranger to games of chance and, like his father - the former overlord of Macau gaming Stanley Ho Hung-sun - knows that the house always wins.

30 Nov 2015 - 11:25AM

Casino scion Lawrence Ho Yau-lung is no stranger to games of chance and, like his father - the former overlord of Macau gaming Stanley Ho Hung-sun - knows that the house always wins.

Macau casino scion Lawrence Ho bets big on venture in Vladivostok
Shinier days ahead despite Swiss 'no' vote on gold reserves
Services are 'pruned' for more efficient handling
Watching history unfold by waterfront
Pioneer's vision has silver lining
Bosch and Zexel in diesel pump venture
Stars out for big show
31 Dec 1999 - 12:00AM
Stars out for big show
Designers 'must establish own identity'
Gurkhas say new benefits inadequate
City chief finds direct line to success
UPS sees Asia Pacific as e-com 'golden egg'
Immigration issue crucial for jobs
Surprise move makes local race 'official'
WET's target strategy pays off
28 Mar 2000 - 12:00AM
WET's target strategy pays off
Group urges caution on country park
Rush on Tom.com snaps up 1m forms
WTO move could prove 'green light' for traffic signals company
Software on-line for MPF-related tasks
Now Web pages can answer back
16 Mar 2000 - 12:00AM
Now Web pages can answer back
First Pacific's creative ideas bolster clarity
'Can-do' spirit fires premier city's bid
Payroll programs take pain out of calculations
Company adds value to logistics througth technology
UPS to strengthen China-US services to meet increased air cargo volume following WTO entry
'Green' families save money
22 Apr 2000 - 12:00AM
'Green' families save money