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 Issue: August 01, 2014   (Archive)
Friday, August 1, 2014   

  
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Gas explosions kill 24, injure 271 in Kaohsiung (China)
(08-01 10:14)
At least 24 people were killed and 271 others injured when several underground gas explosions ripped through Taiwan's second-largest city overnight, hurling concr...   
1 hr 8 mins ago -  'Forgetting isn't easy': Google (World)
1 hr 8 mins ago -  Hang Seng eases at lunch (Business)
1 hr 40 mins ago -  (Flight MH17) International probe to begin at crash site (World)
2 hrs 30 mins ago -  Nikkei down at mid-day (Business)
2 hrs 31 mins ago -  China home prices fall faster in July (Business)
2 hrs 41 mins ago -  (Flight MH17) More bodies found at crash site (World)
2 hrs 56 mins ago -  Wall Street plunges on sell-off (Business)
08-01 10:37 -  Death tolls hit 51 in India mudslide (World)
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China Business News
'HK jury' blueprint for Qianhai cases
Shenzhen authorities have decided to mirror Hong Kongs financial success by adopting a judicial system with Hong Kong nationals serving as jurors in the special economic district of Qianhai.
China Business News
UK clamps down on bogus colleges
Tough new conditions imposed by Britain on overseas students studying in the country are likely to hit some mainlanders, but will have little effect on Hong Kong students.


  • Lee kept Lai donation in his bank account
  • 'HK jury' blueprint for Qianhai cases
  • UK clamps down on bogus colleges
  • Agents probed as buyer tells of fake papers


  • MTR 'best in world' despite delays
  • Flats get electricity back after restaurant dispute
  • Sorry girls, there's just fewer partners
  • Subsidies set for students heading to mainland



  • Li firms' profits beat forecasts
  • HKMA steps up defence of strong local currency
  • Liquidity inflow keeps boosting stocks
  • CFOs take dim view


  • Default hit at fund 'vultures'
  • Israel calls up 16,000 more troops
  • Deluge muddies landslide rescue hope
  • Blasts rattle crash site


     Glazers cash in
    The Glazer family will make around US$150 million (HK$1.17 billion) by selling part of its stake in Manchester United although the deal will leave the Americans firmly in control of the English Premier League club.




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