Economy

24 Nov 17
Myanmar and Vietnam are projected to be growth drivers.
24 Nov 17
Higher food prices drove the marginal increase.
21 Nov 17
Hong Kong has made the most significant advance with its bank resolution regime.
21 Nov 17
Wage growth remains stubbornly weak at the macro level.
21 Nov 17
The growth was driven by a surge in investment and exports.
21 Nov 17
Thanks to bullish performance from the manufacturing industry.
21 Nov 17
Hong Kong's greatest strength lies in its finance skills.
20 Nov 17
Regional forecasts remain positive with an expected 14% increase next year.
20 Nov 17
The underemployment rate similarly went unchanged at 1.1%.
14 Nov 17
It's the fourth consecutive quarter of above-trend economic expansion.
13 Nov 17
The pacts will take effect in 2019.
9 Nov 17
Assets slipped slightly from US$419.3b in September.
24 Oct 17
Price hikes were seen in take-out meals, transport, and alcohol.
18 Oct 17
Residential prices in the city soared to an average of US$51,595 psm.
18 Oct 17
Volume of goods re-exports edged up 5.6%.
13 Oct 17
R&D firms can have as much as a 300% tax deduction.
3 Oct 17
Expenditure, on the other hand, hit $36.87b.
3 Oct 17
Loans for refinancing dropped 8.1%.
3 Oct 17
Overall foreign-currency deposits inched up 0.3%.
27 Sep 17
That of goods imports ticked up 7.7%.
20 Sep 17
Domestic exports decreased by 6% in the same period.
19 Sep 17
The people aged 65 and over will hit 1.9m by 2027.
15 Sep 17
Gross national income also inched up 8.5% to $677.5b.
11 Sep 17
It wil then drop to 7.72m by 2066.
4 Sep 17
The assets reflected a $7.3b increase from the figures reported in June.
1 Sep 17
Fiscal reserves stood at $986.6 billion as at July 31.
25 Aug 17
Re-exports also edged up 7.4% to $322.9b.
23 Aug 17
Underlying inflation rate also edged up 2%.
16 Aug 17
Ten places separate the two rivals in the rankings.
15 Aug 17
It registered an increase of $45b.
15 Aug 17
Real GDP growth forecast for 2017 was revised upwards.
1 Aug 17
Overall foreign-currency deposits inched up 0.4%.
1 Aug 17
Expenditure reached $40.6b during the month.
1 Aug 17
Primary market transactions rose 19.2%.
28 Jul 17
Total assets now stand at $3.9t.
28 Jul 17
Whilts goods imports rose 10.4%.
21 Jul 17
Food, housing, and transport prices rose.
19 Jul 17
Import growth will also slow to 2.3%.
10 Jul 17
Recognised operators from both places can enjoy reciprocal benefits.