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 Issue: May 29, 2015   (Archive)
Friday, May 29, 2015   

Chinese lingerie trader and son plead guilty to Mexican drug money laundering and fake papers (World)
(1 hr ago)
A Chinese father and his son have agreed to plead guilty to crimes stemming from an investigation into suspected money laundering for Mexican drug cartels in the...   
28 mins ago -  (Football) Flooding forces ManCity to cancel friendly in Houston (Sports)
37 mins ago -  Tai Po nursing home says shower incident 'isolated' (Hong Kong)
50 mins ago -  Books aim to demystify Communism for US audience (China)
1 hr 2 mins ago -  Nikkei extends rally (Business)
1 hr 4 mins ago -  (Football graft) Argentina hunts three sports marketing execs (World)
1 hr 8 mins ago -  (Football graft) US sides with Prince Ali, rejects Blatter (World)
1 hr 40 mins ago -  (Football) Former FIFA VP Warner leaves jail in ambulance (Sports)
1 hr 42 mins ago -  (Football) US, Canada to back Prince Ali in FIFA vote (Sports)
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HK scare as suspected MERS case skips quarantine
A 44-year-old South Korean man denied having contact with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome patients when questioned by Hong Kong airport medical staff about being feverish and coughing.
China Business News
Budget passes - after 130 hours of debate
The budget bill was finally passed after week upon week of often fierce and wearying debate by legislators.

  • End bickering, focus on growth if reform vetoed, Leung urges
  • HK scare as suspected MERS case skips quarantine
  • Virus spreads in Asia
  • Budget passes - after 130 hours of debate

  • Shenzhen cops recover $3.6m of Law ransom
  • Text glitch bugging iPhone users
  • Bail denied for SHKP director awaiting appeal
  • HK to continue sweating it out

  • CMB toasts wealth inroads
  • Kaisa takeover off
  • Fosun to focus on insurance
  • Privatization move eyed

  • Iran warns against nuclear demands
  • Blatter lies low refusing to go
  • HKMA keeps close eye on money probe
  • Suu Kyi told to speak out over exodus

    Serena escapes
    Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova survived big scares at the French Open, both needing to come back from a set down to reach the third round.

    The link to more choice lies in competition
    Why is it more expensive to buy groceries in Tin Shui Wai where people are generally less well-off? Many people would jump to the conclusion that it must be because the rent for retail space is higher in Tin Shui Wai and therefore higher cost drives retail prices up.

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