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Markets

Fourfold rise for Hong Kong’s key rate

The Hong Kong central bank has increased the one-month Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate (Hibor) to 0.88% from last month’s figure of 0.19%.

Markets

HK in 5th place of world’s most competitive economies

Hong Kong has moved up two places this year to fifth in a global ranking of the most competitive countries in the world, thanks to its improved performance during the pandemic.

Markets

Economy “recovering strongly” into Q2

The private sector in Hong Kong grew at the quickest pace in over a decade last month as the city continues its recovery from its Covid economic slump.

Markets

Fourfold rise for Hong Kong’s key rate

The Hong Kong central bank has increased the one-month Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate (Hibor) to 0.88% from last month’s figure of 0.19%.

Markets

HK in 5th place of world’s most competitive economies

Hong Kong has moved up two places this year to fifth in a global ranking of the most competitive countries in the world, thanks to its improved performance during the pandemic.

Markets

Economy “recovering strongly” into Q2

The private sector in Hong Kong grew at the quickest pace in over a decade last month as the city continues its recovery from its Covid economic slump.

Markets

HK is “fertile ground” for AI and big data firms

Hong Kong is recognised as a top regional hub for tech that will continue to grow exponentially.

Markets

Tourism Board unveils post-pandemic recovery plan

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has unveiled its revival plan for the industry within its Tourism Update 2022 event.

Coronavirus

Covid restrictions to ease further in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is to further relax Covid restrictions, permitting bars to remain open until 2am, and increasing the number people allowed at a restaurant table to eight from four, as cases continue to fall in the city, according to leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday.

Markets

Unemployment rate rises in Hong Kong in Q1

Hong Kong’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to 5% in Q1 this year, up 0.5 percentage points compared to Q4.

Markets

John Lee: It’s “not easy” being sole leadership candidate

Hong Kong’s ex security chief John Lee said it was “not easy” to be the sole candidate to become the city’s next leader, as it was revealed he has gained sufficient nominations to enter the poll.

Markets

Carrie Lam will not seek a second term of office

Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam announced on Monday she will not seek a second five-year term of office.

Coronavirus

Hong Kong can reopen once "this wave subsides”: Carrie Lam

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive is hopeful the finance hub can reopen its borders once the current Covid outbreak subsides.

Coronavirus

Hong Kong has no plans to tighten Covid restrictions, for now

There are no plans to tighten social distancing regulations in Hong Kong, despite a Covid surge and soaring fatalities, said Chief Executive Carrie Lam.

Markets

Fourfold rise for Hong Kong’s key rate

The Hong Kong central bank has increased the one-month Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate (Hibor) to 0.88% from last month’s figure of 0.19%.

Markets

HK in 5th place of world’s most competitive economies

Hong Kong has moved up two places this year to fifth in a global ranking of the most competitive countries in the world, thanks to its improved performance during the pandemic.

Markets

Economy “recovering strongly” into Q2

The private sector in Hong Kong grew at the quickest pace in over a decade last month as the city continues its recovery from its Covid economic slump.

Markets

HK is “fertile ground” for AI and big data firms

Hong Kong is recognised as a top regional hub for tech that will continue to grow exponentially.

Markets

Tourism Board unveils post-pandemic recovery plan

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has unveiled its revival plan for the industry within its Tourism Update 2022 event.

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