Sijia Jiang

Sijia is a business reporter in charge of the Post’s coverage of the Greater China aviation industry. She also writes about consumer and technology sectors. She joined the Post through its cadet programme after graduating from the University of Cambridge with a Master of Philosophy in Politics.
Sijia Jiang
Sijia is a business reporter in charge of the Post’s coverage of the Greater China aviation industry. She also writes about consumer and technology sectors. She joined the Post through its cadet programme after graduating from the University of Cambridge with a Master of Philosophy in Politics.

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Foreign electric vehicle battery makers get greenlight in China’s free trade zones
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Hangzhou property prices soar on ‘face lift’ ahead of G20 summit
HNA’s Spanish troubles a lesson for all Chinese firms going global
Flights resume after massive delay in Shanghai strands thousands at Hong Kong International Airport
Chinese travel site Qunar joins the delisting bandwagon
Hong Kong airport landing charges to soar by up to 27 per cent
Cathay Pacific eliminates 17 jobs from its IT department amid continuing slowdown in passenger traffic
Ping An Securities becomes the latest mainland brokerage seeking to tap Hong Kong’s equity market
Hong Kong Airport hikes fees on top of new passenger levy amid stalled traffic
Hong Kong has an aviation labour shortage because companies don’t pay enough - except for pilots
In the top league: What’s behind the rush of Chinese firms into the global sports business?
Shenzhen plans three new airports with international flights to city expected to double by 2020
BOC Aviation ends unchanged after raising HK$4.52 billion in Hong Kong debut
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Dragonair CEO Algernon Yau goes on indefinite leave
Cathay Pacific chairman says global airlines facing consolidation pressure
What recent deals tell us about Apple and Google’s future in China
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