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Hong Kong stocks began Tuesday morning with more losses following a heavy sell-off in New York and Europe, fuelled by wo...


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Wall Street's main indexes closed lower on Monday as concerns about new lockdowns in Europe and possible delays in fresh...


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Financial Secretary Paul Chan today attended the "How Hong Kong continues to be a gateway to China" webinar to reaffi...


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The Government today said applications for the second tranche of the Employment Support Scheme (ESS) from the two supe...


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Greece has published in its Official Gazette a law to introduce a special tax regime for foreign pensioners relocating t...


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Greece is set to introduce a special seven percent flat rate of tax on the overseas income of retired foreign nationals ...


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On June 2, 2020, the United States Internal Revenue Service reminded taxpayers living and working abroad that they have ...


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On May 19, 2020, Luxembourg and Belgium signed an agreement to clarify the tax position of frontier workers affected by ...


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FinTech

Ask most people what comes to mind when they think of Dallas, and they’ll probably say football, steaks, and JR Ewin...


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There is no question that the future is “The Internet of Things, IoT for Kids. While the concept may seem complex, ...


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Accelerators have appeared across the country and around the world. Their goal is to push startups further along — t...


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From startups to large enterprises, analytics play a critical part in driving today’s marketing strategies. The amou...


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China reported six new Covid-19 cases on September 21, down from 12 a day earlier, the national health authority said on...


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A logistics professor on Tuesday said Cathay Pacific has a good future ahead, despite having almost no air traffic and p...


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Sweden's state-owned space company, which provides ground stations that help fly Chinese spacecraft and transmit data, s...


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The Department of Justice is asking the Court of Appeal to clarify whether people who give active assistance to unauthor...


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A man found guilty in connection with an attack on activist Jimmy Sham of the Civil Human Rights Front last year was on ...


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Workers at a Tin Shui Wai wet market will be tested for Covid-19 after it emerged that a couple of recently infected peo...


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Educators have criticised a government decision allowing international schools to enrol more local pupils, saying that c...


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The Court of Appeal has affirmed the live-in requirement for foreign domestic helpers, dealing a setback to those who be...


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