Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Saturday, November 22, 2014   




People's first choice
The bar-style hotpot, called Shabu- Shabu, was first introduced in Japan in the 20th century.

Hot-pot chain hungry for float
Xiabuxiabu Catering Management (China) has submitted its listing application to the local exchange.

Jet demand immune to oil price slide
Airlines are sticking with plans to buy the latest generation of fuel-saving passenger jets even though falling jet fuel costs have undercut the case for these planes, the head of one of the world's largest aircraft leasing companies said in an interview.

Solid bet for gaming industry
The Macau Gaming Show provides an opportunity for a wide range of gaming and non-gaming businesses to showcase their products to the global gaming sector.

Dragons lair
Apartments in Dragons Range are an epitome of luxury living.

No rush for train
The Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect kicks off today after one month of delay. It gives foreign capital access to most A-shares traded on the Shanghai bourse.

Tale of two markets
The Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect will throw up opportunities for both mainland and local investors, analysts say.

Historic journey begins
The much-anticipated Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect scheme, or the through train as it was known earlier, finally sets off today, creating the world's second largest bourse by market capitalization.

Miner seeks bright future with float
Future Bright Mining Holdings, a three- year-old marble mining company, has filed for an initial public offering on the local bourse.

Waste firm fully charged for offering
Canvest Environmental Protection Group Co has submitted an application for listing on the local exchange.



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