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21 Jun 17
Local exporters are optimistic but still cautious.
21 Jun 17
The underemployment rate also remained unchanged at 1.2%.
21 Jun 17
Inflation pressure should be under control in the near term.
19 Jun 17
HKEX proposes allowing dual-class shares, pre-profit listings.
19 Jun 17
Shortage will come in just 10 years' time.
19 Jun 17
Singapore rivals are three times more engaged in digital marketing.
19 Jun 17
When will it start stabilising?
19 Jun 17
Expats are leaving Hong Kong as Western banks axe jobs.
15 Jun 17
The wealth of its 10 richest people equals nearly half the economy, says Bloomberg.
15 Jun 17
The bill will be gazetted on June 16.
13 Jun 17
This is to cut waiting time for patients.
13 Jun 17
The Lok Ma Chau Loop is the largest proposal of its kind by Hong Kong.
13 Jun 17
Household income increased 23.3% to $24,900.
9 Jun 17
It is also the world's second-costliest city.
9 Jun 17
Over 67% of the flats will rent for less than $2,500 per month.
8 Jun 17
These will be for areas with less people but high growth potential.
7 Jun 17
Inward port cargo up 23.6% to 40m tonnes.
7 Jun 17
The hotel's worth could amount up to $34b.
5 Jun 17
Retail sales held stable amidst the sustained recovery in visitor arrivals.
5 Jun 17
There were 7,536 sale and purchase agreements for all building units.
2 Jun 17
Two in five employees expect their base salary to increase by up to 5%.
2 Jun 17
But impact is expected to be manageable.
1 Jun 17
Politicans are not reacting quickly enough to come up with right policies for automated vehicles.
1 Jun 17
Overall foreign-currency deposits increased 0.7%.
1 Jun 17
The number of mortgage applications decreased 16.5% to 13,027.
1 Jun 17
Thousands of buyers queue for newly-released developments.
30 May 17
HKMA lowers the LTV for construction financing to property developers.
30 May 17
How will these impact domestic property prices?
29 May 17
Moody's rationale for the sovereign downgrade could also be applied to them.
29 May 17
The HKMA raised risk-weighted floor to 25% for new residential loans.
26 May 17
Hong Kong's re-exports to the mainland surged in Q1.
26 May 17
They include widening the marginal salary tax bands to $45,000.
26 May 17
Goods imports also increased 7.3% to $339.5b.
24 May 17
Spokesperson says layoff will be just around 600.
24 May 17
Almost 30% spend 11-15 minutes struggling with meeting technology.
24 May 17
Alcohol and tobacco prices went up whilst utilities prices dropped.
23 May 17
One in four make false claims with regard to their professional licenses.
23 May 17
Only around 20% of borrowers have pre-existing mortgages.
22 May 17
It's the biggest round of job cuts in 20 years.
22 May 17
Mortgage indebtedness is soaring in Hong Kong.