Friday, April 25, 2014


After equity products, the next initiatives in cross-border trading could be in the commodities sector as authorities ... Full Story 08:17

WEEKENDER: How Beijing push could hurt HK press freedom Views & Analysis

For the first time in many years, Hong Kong media top brass were given a high-level reception by key officials in charge of Hong Kong affairs during a three-day visit to Beijing that began Wednesday. On Thursday, Chinese media gave prominent ...

The latest in guerrilla marketing: Roly Poly leaflet beauties Market Pulse

It's familiar scene in many cities across Asia. Step into a busy thoroughfare in a commercial or shopping district, and one is accosted by a bevy of people trying to hand out leaflets, peddling everything from a soothing foot massage to hot dining ...

Internet finance: Challenges and opportunities Views & Analysis

Yu'e Bao is now China's hottest online "piggy bank". Founded in mid-June 2013, it is an online money market fund (MMF) promoted by e-commerce giant Alibaba and offered through Tianhong Asset Management. It offers daily settlement of transactions and ...

ASL bets on the Baccarat craze in Macau Views & Analysis

Life is certainly getting more comfortable for the high-rollers in Macau. After being pampered with things such as limos, gourmet cuisine and private shopping, VIP gamblers will now have help from new technology to make easier bets on casino floors. ...

Regret from Manila but no apology from Aquino China Digest

The Philippines expressed its "most sorrowful regret" and "profound sympathy" Wednesday over the 2010 Manila bus hostage tragedy that killed eight Hong Kong people but stopped short of offering an apology from President Aquino. In a joint statement, ...

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