Hong Kong health officials have quarantined 19 people who had contact with an 80-year-old man confirmed to have the city’s second case of H7N9 influenza, which has killed 45 people in China this year.
Nelson Mandela rose from his sofa to greet me as I entered his suite in the Hilton Kuala Lumpur.
A private equity firm backed by the China Development Bank Corp. is studying the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange Ltd., a commodities market that suspended operations this year, for investment opportunities.
Former Hong Kong No. 2 official Rafael Hui has been declared bankrupt by the city’s High Court, Radio Television Hong Kong reported, citing court proceedings.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping set up a special unit for a probe into former head of internal security Zhou Yongkang, the South China Morning Post reported, citing three people it didn’t identify.
China’s central bank is studying a plan to set up a new agency to invest the bulk of the nation’s $3.5 trillion of foreign exchange overseas for better returns, South China Morning Post reported.
Japanese stocks fell, with the Topix index slumping the most in more than two months, as the yen extended gains against the dollar and exporters slid.
Hong Kong said it didn’t compromise the legal process in assisting Italian prosecutors to seize documents related to an investigation involving former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Hong Kong restaurant owner Hudson Chang says he can’t lower the bar much further for hiring staff.