“In Hong Kong there was $48 billion of divestment in terms of equity,” James Zhan, UNCTAD’s senior director of investment and enterprise, told Reuters. He noted that the former British colony was also affected by Sino-U.S. trade tensions. … [Read more...] about Global FDI dips, hit by Hong Kong divestment, Brexit: U.N.
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The American teacher was pronounced dead Wednesday in Hong Kong after being moved there in what a friend contended was an attempt by Chinese authorities to avoid the embarrassment of another foreigner's death on the mainland. Hong Kong, although part of China, reports its deaths from SARS separately. … [Read more...] about More SARS Deaths In China, Hong Kong
The U.S. House Intelligence Committee recently criticized Huawei for not answering questions about its Iranian operations and for failing to “provide evidence to support its claims that it complies with all international sanctions or U.S. export laws.” The sanctions on Iran are designed to deter it from developing nuclear weapons; Iran says its nuclear program is aimed purely at producing domestic energy. … [Read more...] about Exclusive – Huawei CFO linked to firm that offered HP gear to Iran
News of the virus spreading in Wuhan first surfaced in early January as officials in Hong Kong, whose government is slightly more publicly accessible than communist China’s, addressed concerns in the city of travelers bringing the virus with them. Hong Kong is currently in its seventh month of widespread protests against communism that routinely attract crowds of hundreds of thousands and, at its peak, assembled millions. At the time, Hong Kong had identified 30 individuals who showed signs of respiratory illness after traveling to Wuhan.By Monday, the Global Times said that number had tripled to 90 potential cases. … [Read more...] about China Says ‘No Need to Panic’ as Deadly Virus Goes International
Markets are expected to get a boost next week when new rules come into force allowing funds that invest in mainland markets to trade more easily in Hong Kong. The integration of Chinese markets is expected to trigger a steady flow of investments into both markets, easing the pressure from the recent falls. … [Read more...] about Chinese stock markets plunge over fears share prices are unsustainable