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Banks are battling to lure Hong Kong bankers to China

The race is on to secure top banking talent in  China as international banks firms to take full ownership of their joint ventures...

Hong Kong court denies bail to 32 pro-democracy activists | Politics News

Activists accused of organising and participating in an unofficial primary poll that authorities said was part of a plan to ‘overthrow’ government.A Hong...

Hong Kong elections in China’s sights as Parliament meets | Politics News

Major changes to Hong Kong’s election laws are expected to be introduced this week as top officials gather in Beijing for the annual...

Hong Kong won’t appeal ex-JPMorgan banker bribery acquittal

The Hong Kong government won’t appeal the acquittal of an ex-JPMorgan banker accused of bribery after offering a job to...

Who is Nicolas Aguzin, the former JPMorgan banker set to lead Hong Kong’s stock exc…

Aguzin is the latest former JPMorgan Chase banker to lead the world's most valuable bourse operator and the first non-Chinese person to do...

Hong Kong defendants taken away by ambulance during marathon bail hearing | Hong

A bail hearing for 47 campaigners, election candidates and activists charged with national security offences in Hong Kong has resumed after at least...

China’s Electoral Reform ‘Earthquake’ Set to Upend Hong Kong Politics | World News

By James Pomfret and Clare JimHONG KONG (Reuters) - China's plan to dramatically reform Hong Kong's electoral system, expected to be unveiled in...

Hundreds in Rare Hong Kong Protest as Opposition Figures Are Charged

HONG KONG — Holding banners and shouting slogans, hundreds of people assembled outside a court in Hong Kong on Monday in a rare...

1st vaccines reach arms in S. Korea, Hong Kong

South Korea administered its first available shots of coronavirus vaccines to people at long-term care facilities Friday, launching a mass immunization campaign ...

Trading tax hike won’t harm Hong Kong’s stock market: Financial secretary

Hong Kong's plan to increase the stamp duty on stock trading will not harm the competitiveness of the city's financial markets, Financial Secretary...
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