In Focus

20 Jun 18
Around 10 unicorns or startups valued over US$1b are expected to debut in the city.
14 Jun 18
A total of 53 companies went public in the first half of the year.
13 Jun 18
Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai have overtaken the city in cost of living rankings.
6 Jun 18
The volume of unsecured products bought by Generation Z or consumers born 1995 or later ballooned by 63%.
30 May 18
The city was the only market that ranked in the top five across all five property sectors - office, industrial, retail, apartment and hotel.
22 May 18
However, a growing preference of China’s HNWI for closer wealth managers is fast narrowing the gap.
16 May 18
Purpose-built establishments are being constructed to cater to the global competitive gaming market and Hong Kong is no exception.
9 May 18
The city’s competitiveness could be easily eroded within a decade if companies do not act soon.
3 May 18
Once the fund raising dies down, the HKD will plunge again and prompt HKMA intervention.
1 May 18
A flurry of restaurants caved under mounting competition from international brands.
25 Apr 18
The economic uncertainty has actually resulted in a positive development for Hong Kong’s real estate sector.
18 Apr 18
China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group pulled out of a deal to acquire Li Ka-Shing's The Center in Central.
11 Apr 18
Their combined IPO proceeds accounted for more than half of total proceeds at $32.11b.
4 Apr 18
Despite optimum business conditions and strong mobile penetration rates, Hong Kong's small population is halting the adoption of various...
27 Mar 18
Total funds raised hit $24.4b which is nearly a quarter of NYSE's overall IPO proceeds.
21 Mar 18
Six in 10 recruiters are opting for such temporary hiring strategies.
14 Mar 18
Business costs are more expensive in the Asian financial centre than the lion city.
12 Mar 18
The Asian financial centre has one of the worst credit-to-GDP gaps globally.
7 Mar 18
They welcome the convenience and all-day accessibility of digital alternatives.
28 Feb 18
The budget address disappointed residents waiting for a repeat of the 2011 handout scheme.
28 Feb 18
It posts one of the largest loan growth in Asia, easily beating Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.
21 Feb 18
Slowing trade and high labour costs is dragging Hong Kong’s competitiveness.
15 Feb 18
Digital savvy clients may soon prefer to interact more with chatbots.
14 Feb 18
WeLab’s $220m series B funding round has some big-time backers including Alibaba.
7 Feb 18
Retailers should tap into this goldmine as the consumer preference of Hong Kongers increasingly turns digital.
6 Feb 18
The $220m capital infusion for fintech startup WeLab was the ninth largest year-end deal in Asia.
31 Jan 18
The biggest deal from this sector was valued at $40.3b.
24 Jan 18
Despite advances in technology, Hong Kong's production structure ranked 58th out of 100 surveyed economies.
17 Jan 18
Retailers should be ready to revamp their stores into unique lifestyle concepts to battle e-commerce.
9 Jan 18
Only 1 in 10 or 11.5% of total households will be able to afford an average private housing by 2019.
20 Dec 17
Young professionals can rent beds for around HK$3,500 to HK$5,500 each.
11 Dec 17
It's amongst the three sectors that survived the retail slump.
5 Dec 17
Robotics mostly serves as a stop-gap measure to overcome flaws in tech infrastructure.
29 Nov 17
Half believe that growth is buoyed by Mainland China’s economy.
22 Nov 17
Its new bank resolution regime was only introduced in July.
21 Nov 17
Hong Kong's greatest strength lies in its finance skills.
13 Nov 17
They expect to make an average annual return of 9%.
8 Nov 17
Thanks to stable residential sales and commercial rents.
1 Nov 17
33% of employers worry that employees don't work hard as much.
24 Oct 17
Chatbots can now manage applicant profiles and organise interviews.