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RICS Global Commercial Property Survey Q1 2010 HONG KONG, May 4 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- The markets in both China and Hong Kong have continued to perform strongly into the New Year, according to the RICS Global Commercial Property Survey Q1 2010 published today. (Logo: http://www.prnasia.com/sa/2009/08/17/200908171721.jpg ) Rental and capital value expectations in Hong Kong rose at a rapid pace particularly in the latter area, which hit a survey high. The mood among surveyors in China remains upbeat, although expectations towards both rents and capital values have eased back a fraction. A notable shift, however, has emerged in ...
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Hard and Soft Censorship Regimes in China and Hong Kong | Snurblog
is Joseph Chan, who focusses on the China and Hong Kong perspective. He notes that freedom of speech, press freedom, and freedom of assembly are guaranteed by many national constitutions around the world - but they are often only partically practiced; especially so in China and Hong Kong. China censors traditional media as well as new media: it persists and remain very effective. For new media, the censorship system is based on that for traditional media, and orchestrated through state directives as well as direct intervention (mainly through phone calls to avoid leaving a paper trail). China has a government department for ... market research, surveys and trends
Random Roger: China and Hong Kong
This is a stock market blog about portfolio management,foreign stocks, exchange traded funds and the occasional musing about my wildland firefighting experiences. The point here is to share process. I read an article yesterday questioning whether or not China will implode. I'm not too concerned with debating that article so much as thinking about the long term prospects or lack thereof. In addition to the article in question there was an analyst of some sort on Asia Squawkbox who believes that the Shanghai Composite will bottom out a few hundred points lower than the current level. The are concerns about what the various ... market research, surveys and trends

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Fact File: China and Hong Kong
s Republic of China. Agreement on the return to Chinese sovereignty was reached more than a decade ago in the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration. Under that accord and the 1990 Basic Law adopted by the government of China, Hong Kong is granted a high degree of autonomy. China has pledged that the social and economic systems, lifestyle and rights enjoyed by the people of Hong Kong will remain unchanged for at least 50 years. Hong Kong is a modern, vibrant city and an international center for finance and commerce. Boasting one of the world's most open marketplaces, Hong Kong ranks as the fifth largest trading ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Emperor's Pearls Star in $167 Million Sotheby's Hong Kong Sale ...
An 18th-century Chinese imperial pearl necklace was sold at Sotheby's Hong Kong auction. Source: Sotheby's via Bloomberg April 6 (Bloomberg) -- Jonathan Stone, Christie's International's business director of Asian art, talked with Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert on April 1 about demand for fine art and wine in mainland China, and the outlook for Christie's upcoming auctions in Hong Kong. (Source: Bloomberg) April 6 (Bloomberg) -- Sotheby's Chief Executive Officer William Ruprecht talks with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin about the global demand for art. (Source: Bloomberg) Zhang Daqian's painting ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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THE VIEW FROM HONG KONG: A Prescription for Chinese Health-Care Stocks
Dow Jones Reprints: This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, use the Order Reprints tool at the bottom of any article or visit www.djreprints.com HONG KONG—Forget the banks: Some investors believe the more compelling investment prospects in China are in health care. Even as a giant stock offering for Agricultural Bank of China steals the limelight, China's pharmaceutical and health-care stocks have been steadily attracting more attention from a number of investors eyeing demographic trends and eager for ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Stocks Lower in Shanghai, HK
Stocks in China and Hong Kong China closed lower in a volatile trading. Wuhan Iron signs a deal with Riversdale of Australia to develop a coking coal mine in Mozambique. China Merchants Bank prepared for 30% drop in home prices. Total SA and PetroChina may jointly develop Sulige Gasfield. 5:00 PM Hong Kong, China � Stocks in China and Hong Kong China closed lower in a volatile trading. Wuhan Iron signs a deal with Riversdale of Australia to develop a coking coal mine in Mozambique. China Merchants Bank prepared for 30% drop in home prices. Total SA and PetroChina may jointly develop Sulige Gasfield. China stocks rose today led ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Broadband as Commodity: Hong Kong, China Internet Case Study
BROADBAND AS A COMMODITY: HONG KONG, CHINA INTERNET CASE STUDY. May 2003. I n t e r n a t i o n a l T e l e c o m m u n i c a t i o n U n i o n ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Hong Kong
Type: Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China, with its own constitution-like charter (the Basic Law). Branches: Executive --Administration: Chief Executive selected in March 2007; Executive Council, serving in an advisory role for the Chief Executive. Legislative --Legislative Council (LegCo) elected in September 2008. Judicial --Court of Final Appeal is highest court, other lower courts. Subdivisions: Hong Kong, Kowloon, New Territories. Suffrage: Permanent residents, at 18 years or over, living in Hong Kong for the past seven years are eligible to vote in certain local elections and for ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
China and Hong Kong- Facts on Trafficking and Prostitution
Tens of thousands of women are bought and sold in China each year. The most popular areas for abducting women are the poor areas of Yunnan, Sichuan and Guizhou. (Human Rights in China organization report, Sophia Woodman, Stephanie Ho, "Trafficking of Women in China," Voice of America , 27 September 1995) China is a destination of trafficked women from Ukraine and Russia. (Global Survival Network, Vladmir Isachenkov, "Soviet Women Slavery Flourishes," Associated Press , 6 November 1997) Traffickers are increasingly transporting Burmese and Chinese girls for prostitution, ...
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  1. profile image isiemergingmkts Hong Kong prepares for launch of yuan products - South China Morning Post - G-China: Brokers and fund managers in ... http://bit.ly/aduxyb
  2. profile image eyekaasia Recognizing the immense creativity from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan; today is dedicated for Chinese eYeka members. Stay tuned!
  3. profile image Dimitris Catching a catamaran from Hong Kong into the South China Sea and up the Pearl River Delta to Canton in mainland China
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WikiAnswers - What happened in 1949 in China and Hong Kong and why ...
Other contributors have said "What happened in 1949 in China and Hong Kong and why do people move from China to Hong Kong?" is the same question as "What happened in 1949 in China and Hong Kong and why did people move from China to Hong Kong?". If you believe that these are not asking the same thing and should be answered differently, click here . In 1949, the communist party won the war and took control of China, causing a mass exodus of those who could not or would not live under the government of Mao Zedong. Hong Kong was still under British influence with a capitalist society. Those institutions remain ...
Screen resolution in China and Hong Kong
About 10% of users who access my main UK-based site still have monitor resolution set below 1024x768 pixels. But I don't have detailed stats for my Chinese language site hosted in China. This site currently has a layout suitable for viewing down to 800x600, but I would like to redesign with a wider page size more suitable for 1024x768 or above. Are there any users in China or Hong Kong with legacy equipment still browsing below 1024x768? [ edited by : HarryM at 10:10 am (utc) on Aug. 6, 2007] I am not sure about China and Hong Kong but my sites in Japan get less than 2% of visitors with sub 1024 resolutions. Thanks jeffposaka,