Issue: November 24, 2014   (Archive)
Monday, November 24, 2014   

Southbound stocks train tipped to catch up
The southbound flow of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect will grow in the long run, the head of bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (0388) said.

Student protest leaders dismiss surrender bid
Student leaders say they are not yet ready to surrender to police with the three pioneers of Occupy Central.

Bokhary queries civil disobedience cause
People should obey the law even if they think it is wrong, former Court of Final Appeal judge Kemal Bokhary said.

7pc pay rise pushed for workers of local firms
Local companies are being urged to increase salaries by 7percent next year as many enterprises have recorded substantial growth, the Confederation of Trade Unions said.

Crucial questions unanswered
Director of Fire Services Lai Man-hin deflected major questions as to how nine firefighters were so badly injured when responding to the Shek Kip Mei gas leak call.

Firefighters still fighting for their lives
The lead firefighter who suffered a brain hemorrhage and underwent surgery yesterday was revealed to be the most critically ill of the five firemen fighting for their lives a day after a gas explosion engulfed a Shek Kip Mei flat.

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