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 Issue: January 26, 2015   (Archive)
Monday, January 26, 2015   

Eurozone economy picks up in January: survey (Business)
(01-23 19:14)
Eurozone business activity picked up to a five-month high in January, a key survey showed Friday, just the day after the European Central Bank announced a 1.0...   
01-23 19:24 -  More mainlanders visit HK last year: HKTB (Business)
01-23 19:13 -  Anti-Muslim acts soar in France since Paris attacks (World)
01-23 19:06 -  Top court OKs stripping binational jihadist of French nationality (World)
01-23 18:55 -  Adidas says profits hit by falling ruble, divestment (Business)
01-23 18:42 -  Ratio of Chinese banks' bad loans jumps in Q4 (Business)
01-23 18:40 -  Changes urged in flat sales policy (Hong Kong)
01-23 18:39 -  Work hour regulation panel sets up new task force (Hong Kong)
01-23 18:38 -  Lawmaker slams Vice-President's remarks (Hong Kong)
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China Business News
Marathon tears and triumphs
A young North Korean woman yesterday halted Ethiopia's domination of the Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon, which saw a record 70,000 runners.
China Business News
Anti-austerity Greeks smell poll victory
Greeks voted yesterday in an election expected to bring to power the radical leftist Syriza party, which has pledged to take on international lenders and roll back painful austerity measures imposed during years of economic crisis.

  • Activists take another run at `true suffrage'
  • Marathon tears and triumphs
  • Anti-austerity Greeks smell poll victory
  • Loans for ATV staff is scornful idea, says So

  • Teacher dies in Sai Kung as wave pulls her off rocks
  • Medics needled amid flu fears
  • Whale of a task for experts after find
  • Pan-dems told not to be close-minded

  • StanChart urged to act fast on Sands
  • Buyers pile into fourth batch of flats
  • Deflation threat for US
  • Low valuations to help HSI catch up

  • Abe outraged at murder of hostage
  • North in fresh dig at `loser' Obama
  • Deadly day at Ukraine port

    Sweet revenge
    Andy Murray extracted sweet revenge by beating Wimbledon nemesis Grigor Dimitrov in a late-night thriller as the old guard stood firm to march into the Australian Open quarter- finals.

    Showbiz satire lands prize for producers
    The showbiz satire Birdman leaped to the front of the best picture Oscar race, and bested nine other films for the outstanding producer of a motion picture from the Producers Guild of America.

    Before we start arguing please pass those doughnuts, dearest
    This writer was asked to give inspirational words of wisdom to a newly married woman. I said: "Now you can eat ANYTHING you like. Go get them doughnuts, girl."

  • Re-engineering success
  • Wealth of history
  • Money in the banks
  • Tranquil niche
  • Best of style splashed in SAR
  • Cheap oil unlikely to dent air fares
  • Biomedical play seeks fresh life on local bourse
  • China Business News

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