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Hong Kong stocks rallied more than 2 percent on Wednesday, fuelled by hopes of a trade breakthrough after US President D...


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HSBC announced on Wednesday that fees and charges on most of its bank accounts would be waived from August 1. The bank s...


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Hong Kong stocks rallied more than two percent in Wednesday morning trade, as US President Donald Trump fuelled trade ho...


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Hong Kong shares surged more than two percent at the opening on Wednesday after Donald Trump said he had held "very good...


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Authorities in Saudi Arabia have relaxed the country's immigration and residence laws by changing the regulations for re...


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The Portuguese Government has confirmed in a notice published in its Official Gazette that Portugal's tax treaty with Fi...


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In December, the Australian Government announced that it had forced the sale of more than 300 properties illegally acqui...


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The French Senate last month approved proposed legislation abolishing the existing exit tax and replacing it with a new ...


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FinTech

“A quantum computer could present a danger to modern cryptographic algorithms if they stop developing …” Pavel Kr...


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The funding will be used to: Expand OakNorth’s SME loan origination and credit capabilities to North American banks...


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DEEP BRAIN CHAIN (DBC) DBC is trying to build a blockchain based neural network training platform to connect the comput...


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The Home Office pegs the annual volume of illegal economic activity at £14.4 billion, with reports of suspicious fina...


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Local religious leaders say they have accepted Chief Executive Carrie Lam's personal, public apology – but are calling...


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From a construction worker who has not gone to work for days to a student who is preparing for her fourth form exams, th...


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The Legislative Council’s full meeting was adjourned on Wednesday afternoon, because not enough lawmakers were in the ...


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With the controversy over extradition far from over, another contentious bill is facing delays in Legco as well. Legc...


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The Secretary for Security, John Lee, said on Wednesday that the police special tactical squad simply does not have enou...


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A Hong Kong resident on Wednesday approached the High Court demanding that the Police Commissioner, Stephen Lo, apologis...


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Security Secretary John Lee on Wednesday followed Chief Executive Carrie Lam's example and apologised to the Hong Kong p...


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Federation of Trade Unions lawmaker Alice Mak has refused to comment on reports that she swore at Chief Executive Carrie...


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