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Hong Kong rose in morning trade on Tuesday following a surge on Wall Street as investors cheered signs that the spread o...


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US stocks rocketed higher on Monday, with each of the major indices rallying at least 7 per cent, after a fall in the da...


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Taiwan's central bank has pledged to double the amount of money earmarked to support small and medium-sized companies to...


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Hong Kong stocks ended Monday with healthy gains, lifted by signs that new infections of coronavirus are slowing in some...


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On September 6, 2019, the United States Internal Revenue Service announced new procedures that will enable certain indiv...


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On July 19, 2019, the United States Internal Revenue Service updated its webpage on foreign tax credits to clarify that ...


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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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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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A new video of Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her cabinet applauding Hong Kong’s healthcare workers at the forefront o...


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The operator of Marks & Spencer stores in Hong Kong said all outlets across the city were being kept closed on Tuesd...


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The Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs, Patrick Nip, says it's still too early to decide whether Septembe...


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Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday warned that the government will be taking stricter measures from now on to enforce...


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Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng says people shouldn’t jump to conclusions about why some people brought to court in rec...


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The Court of Final Appeal has refused a final bid by five policemen to challenge their convictions for beating up a pro-...


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Liberal Party leader Felix Chung warned on Tuesday that Hong Kong's manufacturing and export sectors are being hit harde...


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Chief Executive Carrie Lam has thrown her weight behind Commerce Secretary Edward Yau's claim that RTHK has breached the...


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