Hong Kong

U.k. Welcomes Hongkongers Fleeing Chinese Tyranny

China is crushing Hong Kong. A new national security law and a crackdown on dissident activists are just the latest steps in the dismantling of "one country, two systems," the framework that was supposed to guarantee the freedoms that made Hong Kong...
Related topics: China, Activism

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Hong Kong's Octopus Card Now Supports Apple Pay

Hong Kong's popular Octopus card for transit and retail purchases now supports Apple Pay, allowing the card to be added to the Wallet app for contactless payments with an iPhone or Apple Watch. As noted by the blog Ata Distance, Apple Pay support...

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Ericsson Boosts 5g Network In Hong Kong With Smartone Tie-up

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Should Value Investors Buy China Mobile (chl) Stock?

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report China Mobile Hong Kong Ltd. (CHL): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on...
Related topics: China

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Hong Kong Tiananmen Vigil Officially Banned

Hong Kong police on Monday formally banned an annual candlelit vigil to mourn the victims of the crackdown on the 1989 Tiananmen pro-democracy movement that has taken place uninterrupted for 30 years, saying the event would pose a "major threat to...
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Asian Markets Begin The Week On Major Upswing

The indexes in Hong Kong and Shanghai are leading Asia’s huge rally in equities trading Monday as investors ignore multiple crises around the world.   The Hang Seng in Hong Kong is up 3.3% in late afternoon trading, while Shanghai is up 2.2%,...
Related topics: Shanghai, China

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Chinese Officials Mock Reports Donald Trump Was Rushed To Bunker Amid Protests: ‘mr. President,...

Chinese officials appeared to be taking advantage of reports that Donald Trump was rushed into a secure bunker as protests raged on near the White House, mocking the president on state media in response to his criticism over treatment of Hong Kong...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Protests, White House

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As China Fumes Over Trump's "gross Interference" In Hong Kong, Here Are 6 Things It Can...

As China Fumes Over Trump's "Gross Interference" In Hong Kong, Here Are 6 Things It Can Do In Retaliation Tyler Durden Sun, 05/31/2020 - 22:30 Following Trump's Friday announcement of watered-down measures against China and...
Related topics: China

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"the Dollar Is Out Of Stock Everywhere": Hong Kong Money Exchangers Turn Away Clients...

"The Dollar Is Out Of Stock Everywhere": Hong Kong Money Exchangers Turn Away Clients Amid Run On US Dollars Tyler Durden Sun, 05/31/2020 - 20:30 Even before protests over a controversial extradition bill sparked the...
Related topics: Protests

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Revoking Hong Kong’s Special Status – Data/events This Week.

In a further escalation of US-China tensions, President Trump revoked Hong Kong’s (HK) “Special Status” as revealed in a speech on Friday.  What does this mean? At this stage there is scant detail to go on.  Trump also promised...
Related topics: China

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Kudos To The Uk

I recently pointed to a Matt Yglesias tweet that called on the US government to punish China by allowing Hong Kong residents to migrate to the US. Alas, the US government seems to be moving in the opposite direction, restricting the migration of...
Related topics: United Kingdom, China

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China Says Us Action On Hong Kong 'doomed To Fail'

The mouthpiece of China's ruling Communist Party says U.S. moves to end some trading privileges extended to Hong Kong grossly interfere in China's internal affairs and are doomed to fail
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Singapore's Financial Centre Will Emerge As Big Winner Of A Draconian Chinese Law

Singapore was the world's 5th largest financial centre in 2020, but analysts think Singapore could boost its global standing if firms leave Hong Kong.
Related topics: Singapore

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Trump Says U.s. Will Leave The W.h.o., Moves To Strip Hong Kong Of Special U.s. Relationship

Critics say the actions would do little to blunt China’s influence and could ultimately hurt the U.S. and others.
Related topics: China

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To Punish China, Trump Begins To Revoke Hong Kong Trade Privileges

President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to increase tariffs on imports from Hong Kong and to take other action to punish China for what he called "deeply troubling" moves to exert more control over the former British colony. In one...
Related topics: China, Donald Trump

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[ilya Somin] Let Hongkongers Immigrate To The West—and Other Victims Of Chinese Government...

[China's growing crackdown on Hong Kong has inspired calls for the West to allow Hong Kongers to migrate here. They should indeed be allowed to do so - and the same right should be extended to other victims of Chinese government oppression.] The...
Related topics: China

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Stock Market Wrap-up: Yes, This Retail Stock Really Did Hit A Record High Friday

Friday was a relatively quiet day on Wall Street, with major market benchmarks finishing the day mixed. Market participants were initially wary about the possibility of a big rise in tensions between the U.S. and China over recent actions in Hong...
Related topics: China

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The European Union's Hong Kong Crisis

The European Union proclaims it is a global beacon for human rights, the rule of law, and the advancement of a broadly shared and prosperous peace. All noble ideals. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
Related topics: Human Rights

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Trump Announces China Sanctions Over Hong Kong, Termination Of Who Relationship

Trump announces China sanctions over Hong Kong, termination of WHO relationship. He did not mention the death of George Floyd during the White House event.
Related topics: China, White House

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Netease Officially Applies For Secondary Listing In Hong Kong

NetEase (NASDAQ: NTES), the Chinese gaming company, has confirmed it's pursuing a secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, NetEase announced that it has filed a listing application with...
Related topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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