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, ...
Obama back to the future in Asia trip Views & Analysis
Amid a sea of doubts about his vow to “return to Asia”, dubbed as “rebalancing”, after he canceled a planned trip to the region last year, US President Barack Obama is finally back in Asia Wednesday. He is faced with the grueling task of finding a ...
China walks an economic tightrope Views & Analysis
China is pressing the growth button after recent data showed the nation's economy cooled to a multi-year low. On April 18, Premier Li Keqiang chaired a meeting of the National Energy Commission and announced that the government will launch a number ...
HKEJ Today: Highlights HKEJ Today
Following is a summary of major news and comments in the Hong Kong Economic Journal, the parent publication of EJ Insight, on Wednesday, April 23: TOP STORIES Leung says more cross-border finance opening-up policies imminent Interview: Mutual ...
BT sees rainmaker in China cloud Views & Analysis
British Telecommunications (BT) Global Services, a leading network information technology supplier, is targeting more domestic financial institutions in China to join the world’s largest cloud-based financial services. "[Cloud] technology and ...
|SSE A||2,153.63||-10.87 (0.50%)|
|S & P 500||1,876.38||+0.99 (0.05%)|