Economy

29 May 17
Moody's rationale for the sovereign downgrade could also be applied to them.
26 May 17
Hong Kong's re-exports to the mainland surged in Q1.
26 May 17
Goods imports also increased 7.3% to $339.5b.
24 May 17
Alcohol and tobacco prices went up whilst utilities prices dropped.
22 May 17
Mortgage indebtedness is soaring in Hong Kong.
17 May 17
It was revised down from Hang Seng Bank's 2.4% forecast previously.
17 May 17
It's the highest rate since 1Q11.
16 May 17
A slowdown in the expensive housing market is one of the reasons.
16 May 17
ASEAN is Hong Kong's second-largest trading partner.
15 May 17
Foreign liabilities amounted to $400m.
12 May 17
The volume of goods imports also increased 11.2%.
9 May 17
It's equivalent to seven times the currency in circulation.
8 May 17
PMI rose from 49.9 to 51.1 in April.
3 May 17
Along with 8,000 new job vacancies.
3 May 17
No thanks to waived business registration fees.
2 May 17
Fiscal reserves now stand at $953.7b.
26 Apr 17
Goods imports rose 13%.
24 Apr 17
Disneyland visitor number may shrink by 15%.
24 Apr 17
Will inflation pressure stay moderate moving forward?
21 Apr 17
Imports went up 7.8%.
17 Apr 17
Hong Kong was ranked 11th back in 2013.
7 Apr 17
This is versus the previous forecast of 1.8%.
6 Apr 17
It will be a financing hub for B&R projects.
5 Apr 17
This is just for the year's first quarter.
3 Apr 17
They like the brand but do not want to be too engaged.
3 Apr 17
2017 headline CPI inflation is forecast to reach 1.9%.
3 Apr 17
Expenditure was at $35.7b whilst revenue is at $34.3b.
29 Mar 17
CPI inflation slipped to -0.1%.
28 Mar 17
The territory will still suffer from the mainland's structural problems.
28 Mar 17
Goods imports increased 25.4% to $298b.
28 Mar 17
How should the new administration tackle the issue?
27 Mar 17
Watch out for a new fiscal philosophy for public expenditure.
24 Mar 17
Biggest factor was the different timings of the Lunar New Year.
22 Mar 17
Underlying inflation rate was 0.7%.
22 Mar 17
Asian cities dominate the top 10 list.
21 Mar 17
Volume of goods imports also dipped 3.9%.
20 Mar 17
While its gross national income grew 7.3% to $696.4b.
15 Mar 17
A significant rise in spending is unlikely.
15 Mar 17
It marks the biggest jump in recent years.
14 Mar 17
But delays are still predicted amidst manpower crunch.