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World Bank bearish on global outlook
Peak Re aims to ride Asia-Pacific potential
Business intelligence centre sees prospects in mainland commercial sector
Asia Pacific economies to ease downward rating pressure
Demand sees Hysan boost Causeway Bay office space

Planning is under way for the combined redevelopment of Sunning Plaza and Sunning Court in Causeway Bay into a mixed-use office and retail complex, Hysan Development said yesterday.

7 Mar 2013 - 6:12AM

Planning is under way for the combined redevelopment of Sunning Plaza and Sunning Court in Causeway Bay into a mixed-use office and retail complex, Hysan Development said yesterday.

Demand sees Hysan boost Causeway Bay office space
HSBC says China's economy to take centre stage in 'new world'
Kingboard Laminates shares rise on market-beating earnings results
Prada bullish despite consumer slowdown fears

Prada remains confident about its prospects this year, despite fears of poor consumer demand in Asia because of the weakening yen and Beijing's clampdown on lavish gift-giving.

6 Apr 2013 - 4:46AM

Prada remains confident about its prospects this year, despite fears of poor consumer demand in Asia because of the weakening yen and Beijing's clampdown on lavish gift-giving.

Prada bullish despite consumer slowdown fears
Association bullish on loan market

Coming off a gloomy couple of years, the Asia-Pacific Loan Market Association has a positive outlook on the global loan market, because of the impact emerging markets are expected to have on it.

1 Feb 2013 - 5:22AM

Coming off a gloomy couple of years, the Asia-Pacific Loan Market Association has a positive outlook on the global loan market, because of the impact emerging markets are expected to have on it.

Association bullish on loan market
Samsonite sales rise to record levels
A yen for Japan
15 Apr 2013 - 3:11AM
A yen for Japan
Jump in mainland visitors boosts price of gaming stocks
Deloitte says cost pressures cloud industry outlook
Hong Kong investors' confidence slips
Start-ups on the rise in Hong Kong: InvestHK
France seeks to improve export performance

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius highlighted the need for his country to regain its competitiveness in order to rebalance bilateral trade. "Although our trade deficit with China decreased by €1.5 billion (HK$15.2 billion) in 2012, it is still very large at about €26 billion, which is 40 per cent of our overall trade deficit," Fabius told a press conference at the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club.

7 May 2013 - 3:56AM

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius highlighted the need for his country to regain its competitiveness in order to rebalance bilateral trade. "Although our trade deficit with China decreased by €1.5 billion (HK$15.2 billion) in 2012, it is still very large at about €26 billion, which is 40 per cent of our overall trade deficit," Fabius told a press conference at the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents' Club.

France seeks to improve export performance
Asean economies set to double GDP by 2020 says IHS

Rajiv Biswas, Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS, speaking at a Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce conference on the outlook for emerging markets in Asia, said: "Asean is experiencing strong growth across the board."

3 May 2013 - 4:22AM

Rajiv Biswas, Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS, speaking at a Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce conference on the outlook for emerging markets in Asia, said: "Asean is experiencing strong growth across the board."

Asean economies set to double GDP by 2020 says IHS
Asia to trade views on Basel III
Rain puts extra drain on Asian Citrus' bottom line

Persistent heavy rain from April to August last year led to higher production costs for orange plantation operator Asian Citrus. Typhoon Vicente triggered rainstorms and gales in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, where the company's plantations are located.

27 Feb 2013 - 1:21AM

Persistent heavy rain from April to August last year led to higher production costs for orange plantation operator Asian Citrus. Typhoon Vicente triggered rainstorms and gales in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, where the company's plantations are located.

Rain puts extra drain on Asian Citrus' bottom line
Racking up miles on plastic

Air miles are a big part of credit card incentive schemes. People get points for spending, and if they manage their spending and pay their credit card bills each month, they can score a free trip to Thailand.

21 May 2013 - 6:31PM

Air miles are a big part of credit card incentive schemes. People get points for spending, and if they manage their spending and pay their credit card bills each month, they can score a free trip to Thailand.

Racking up miles on plastic
Sands China hit by 'crackdown on gambling junkets' talk
Miners may ramp up IPO activity

Initial public offerings by resource and mining companies could rebound this year, PricewaterhouseCoopers says. The firm expects 10 to 15 such companies to list in Hong Kong and raise HK$20 billion to HK$30 billion this year.

22 Mar 2013 - 4:19AM

Initial public offerings by resource and mining companies could rebound this year, PricewaterhouseCoopers says. The firm expects 10 to 15 such companies to list in Hong Kong and raise HK$20 billion to HK$30 billion this year.

Miners may ramp up IPO activity
Explosive demand for risk experts
US recovery to power doubling in Techtronic's sales
Retailer to expand circle on mainland China

Convenience Retail Asia, operator of Circle K convenience stores and Saint Honore cake shops, is looking to double the number of Saint Honore outlets in Guangzhou and other surrounding cities to approximately 80 this year.

28 Mar 2013 - 6:31AM

Convenience Retail Asia, operator of Circle K convenience stores and Saint Honore cake shops, is looking to double the number of Saint Honore outlets in Guangzhou and other surrounding cities to approximately 80 this year.

Retailer to expand circle on mainland China
Online service common in businesses
Fund managers opting for equities

The Hong Kong Investment Funds Association announced yesterday that over 70 per cent of fund management companies are overweight on equities whereas only 20 per cent are overweight on bonds.

20 Apr 2013 - 5:47AM

The Hong Kong Investment Funds Association announced yesterday that over 70 per cent of fund management companies are overweight on equities whereas only 20 per cent are overweight on bonds.

Fund managers opting for equities
Big discounts are just a click away at Yahoo Outlet

Internet giant Yahoo launched in Hong Kong yesterday Yahoo Outlet, an online shop selling discounted branded products ranging from apparel, electronic devices, stereo and hobby items to home decor and appliances.

19 Apr 2013 - 5:27AM

Internet giant Yahoo launched in Hong Kong yesterday Yahoo Outlet, an online shop selling discounted branded products ranging from apparel, electronic devices, stereo and hobby items to home decor and appliances.

Big discounts are just a click away at Yahoo Outlet
Supply-chain flaws at heart of food scandals

Scandals involving foodstuffs such as horsemeat and melamine-tainted milk have incited global public anger, and to avoid future problems food and agricultural companies are now looking at their supply chains to remedy the issues.

30 Mar 2013 - 4:43AM

Scandals involving foodstuffs such as horsemeat and melamine-tainted milk have incited global public anger, and to avoid future problems food and agricultural companies are now looking at their supply chains to remedy the issues.

Supply-chain flaws at heart of food scandals