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20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM
Anger as Hong Kong group snaps up Britain's biggest stately home after charitable trust had agreed to buy it

House sales rarely go smoothly, but the purchase of Britain's biggest stately home by a Hong Kong investment group has caused astonishment and outrage.

House sales rarely go smoothly, but the purchase of Britain's biggest stately home by a Hong Kong investment group has caused astonishment and outrage.

16 Nov 2015 - 2:25PM
'The reddest red carpet' will be unfurled to ensure successful President Xi Jinping state visit to Britain

When President Xi Jinping arrives in Britain tomorrow it will mark "a game-changing moment" in the relationship between the two nations.

When President Xi Jinping arrives in Britain tomorrow it will mark "a game-changing moment" in the relationship between the two nations.

19 Oct 2015 - 6:52PM
18 May 2015 - 10:27PM
Rogue trader Nick Leeson: There will be more financial scandals while people go unpunished

But, unlike the UK and USA, Leeson believes both Hong Kong and Singapore are better placed than other markets to avoid such wrongdoing.

But, unlike the UK and USA, Leeson believes both Hong Kong and Singapore are better placed than other markets to avoid such wrongdoing.

27 Feb 2015 - 2:52PM
New direct Hong Kong-Manchester flights spur search for Putonghua speakers in English city

New direct flights between Hong Kong and Britain have landed business leaders there with a problem - how to get their hands on enough Putonghua speakers in Manchester.

New direct flights between Hong Kong and Britain have landed business leaders there with a problem - how to get their hands on enough Putonghua speakers in Manchester.

14 Dec 2014 - 5:01AM
Soccer graft buster calls for political will in China to combat match-fixing

China needs to show "political strength and leadership" to help the world rid soccer of the match-fixing scandals that threaten the game's future, according to Fifa's former security adviser.

China needs to show "political strength and leadership" to help the world rid soccer of the match-fixing scandals that threaten the game's future, according to Fifa's former security adviser.

19 Jan 2014 - 5:42AM
China at epicentre of global soccer match-fixing, say experts

Soccer is in a fix and China's illegal-betting industry is fuelling the problem, according to fraud experts. Match-fixing is seen as the biggest problem facing the sport with recent scandals hitting Italian, Turkish and English domestic soccer as well as the national teams of Guatemala, Nicaragua and South Africa.

Soccer is in a fix and China's illegal-betting industry is fuelling the problem, according to fraud experts. Match-fixing is seen as the biggest problem facing the sport with recent scandals hitting Italian, Turkish and English domestic soccer as well as the national teams of Guatemala, Nicaragua and South Africa.

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