Liverpool Plan China and Hong Kong Visit for 2017-18 Pre-Season

Liverpool Plan China and Hong Kong Visit for 2017-18 Pre-Season THA PYAY TAW, Myanmar (AP) — Every day before sunrise, dozens of fishermen, shivering against the cold, shove out onto the Bay of Bengal on makeshift rafts made out of plastic jugs, bamboo and twine, just steps away from the sturdy and much safer …

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Suspected licensing breach led to detention of SAF Terrex vehicles: HK Customs

The investigation of the suspected breach might lead to criminal prosecution, says Hong Kong Customs. Posted 24 Jan 2017 19:54; Updated 24 Jan 2017 23:23. Armoured troop carriers, belonging to Singapore, are detained at a cargo terminal in Hong Kong …

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Hong Kong to return 9 SAF Terrex vehicles to Singapore: MFA

SINGAPORE – After two months of being detained in Hong Kong, the Singapore Armed Forces’ (SAF) nine Terrex Infantry Carrier Vehicles will finally be returned to Singapore. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) revealed on Jan 24 that Hong Kong’s Chief …

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Hong Kong, Shanghai stocks rise despite Trump TPP worries

Hong Kong stocks closed higher on Tuesday, ignoring a retreat in US shares triggered by US president Donald Trump’s order to withdraw from the multinational Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). However, investors warn of future turbulence in mainland and …

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Hong Kong to release Singapore’s seized troop carriers

Get the Pulse of the Market with StreetInsider.com’s Pulse Picks. Get your Free Trial here. By Anshuman Daga. SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Hong Kong is to release armored vehicles belonging to Singapore impounded in the Chinese-ruled city on their way home …

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Hong Kong to return 9 SAF Terrex vehicles to Singapore

Authorities in Hong Kong will soon release nine Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) armored vehicles that they have impounded and detained since November, the city-state said on Tuesday. In a statement, Singapore’s foreign affairs ministry said Hong Kong …

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How Hong Kong contributes to China’s human rights law

Everyone talks about the lack of human rights on the mainland. Yet, the recent case of the 32-year-old Pakistani man, known in court documents as Zn, shows Hong Kong’s own affinity for the “Chinese model” of protecting human rights. Zn allegedly

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Hong Kong to return 9 SAF Terrex vehicles to Singapore: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

SINGAPORE – The Hong Kong authorities will release the nine Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) armoured vehicles that they had detained since last November. In a statement on Tuesday (Jan 24), Singapore’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said Hong Kong’s Chief …

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Hong Kong and China stocks advance, shrugging off Trump’s protectionist speech to cheer China’s surging birth rates

Mainland Chinese stocks closed higher on Monday for a second straight session, as market sentiment received a modest boost after the People’s Bank of China injected a record amount of cash last week into the banking system to ease the liquidity squeeze …

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Hong Kong to return seized military vehicles to Singapore

Military gear seized last year by the Hong Kong authorities is to be returned to the Singapore government, according to Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A shipment of nine Terrex Infantry Carrier Vehicles, and other military hardware, has been

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HK to return detained military vehicles to Singapore: customs

HONG KONG, Jan. 24 (Xinhua) — Hong Kong Customs has completed its investigation and will return a batch of military vehicles detained two months ago to Singapore, the commissioner of Hong Kong Customs said Tuesday. The military vehicles and the …

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Proximity to China raising status of HK as fintech hub

Hong Kong’s financial technology (fintech) sector is heating up and analysts say the city can benefit from its proximity to China, the current global leader in fintech. PHOTO: AFP. Hong Kong. HONG Kong’s financial technology (fintech) sector is heating

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Probe into Singapore’s Terrexes ‘might lead to criminal prosecution’: HK Customs

The head of Hong Kong custom authorities said Tuesday (24 Tuesday) that the investigation into Singapore’s Terrex infantry carrier vehicles “might lead to criminal prosecution”. The comment in a statement by Roy Tang, Commissioner of Hong Kong Customs …

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