The feasibility of a wholesale market in HK
Hong Kong has too little land for distribution, so to use the old industrial buildings with low usage would promote the wholesale market and at the same time save public resources.
Who are the stakeholders in HK's development projects?
There are two meanings of stakeholders: those who will be affected by development projects, and those would benefit from the projects.
Golden opportunity for Shanghai Gold Exchange
A bullish market for gold may prevail and the Shanghai Gold Exchange can take the bull by the horns by implementing much-needed reforms and open to more foreign investors.
New bureau needed to foster IT growth in HK
It is a paradigm shift for Hong Kong to invest in technology and broadcasting technologies for the future business and job opportunities for more than 3 million work forces.
HK's land use dispute will remain a 'hot potato'
There is always a perception that Hong Kong is characterized by a shortage of land and a dense population, which is partly correct, but untrue in another sense of looking at the issue.
The housing blues in Hong Kong
Hong Kong faces a critical housing shortage, exacerbated by rising property prices out of reach of most citizens, and rents following suit.
HK dollar and HK equities likely to repeat 2010
If 2012 is really going to repeat 2010, headwinds to the equity market are expected to emerge in November when two political events took place.
HK, mainland can cooperate more on WTO disputes
There is a lot of room between Hong Kong and the mainland on WTO disputes. The solar panel case provides food for thought.
ICBC hops into Australia
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China has earned top ranking as the world's most profitable bank, and seeks to focus on the 'land down under' of Australia for more global branches.
China's social financing stable
China will keep its monetary policy stable throughout the year despite new yuan-denominated lending drops in October, experts said on Monday.
Deepen HK-mainland financial cooperation
It'll be a win-win situation if all parties concerned do their best to play Hong Kong's experience in finance and the mainland's growing market to their full potentials.
Subsidize those on public rental flat's waiting list
An allowance for those who have waited three years to buy a home and are still waiting, is the least that the government can and should do.