China refused to give at least one Hong Kong delegate a parliamentary seat because they held a foreign document, the FT said
The financial hub's government spent in excess of $76 billion fighting the spread of Covid-19 and providing economic relief to its businesses
The United States said it strongly rejected the "flawed" interpretation and conclusions of the panel and that it had not plan to remove the marking requirement.
“I think as an internationally leading search engine, isn’t your first responsibility providing correct information?” Hong Kong's Deputy Chief Secretary for Administration Warner Cheuk Wing-hing said
The Asian financial hub’s economy contracted for the third straight quarter with leaders worried about the ‘markedly deteriorating external environment'
Critics have claimed a talent crunch and geopolitical tensions have impacted Hong Kong’s international status
The government will also review property rights for tokenised assets and explore legalising so-called smart contracts
Relentless Covid lockdowns have been blamed for denting investors’ appetite for Chinese assets with HK IPO issues falling to 9-year lows
The real estate group, struggling under about $300 billion of debt, bought the Wan Chai tower for HK$12.5 billion ($1.6 billion) seven years ago
The cloud computing company filed its initial prospectus with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange late on Wednesday to press ahead with the primary listing
The HKMA lifted the overnight discount window rate by 75 basis points to 2.75%, after the Fed increased its rate by the same margin
The threat of delisting Chinese stocks from major US exchanges could be a bonanza for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, if more firms follow Alibaba and do a dual primary listing in the city