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22 Hong Kong: An Indian-origin man, who claimed squatter's right on his landlord's flat in Hong Kong, where he had lived all his life, now faces a lawsuit from his owner who claimed more than a decade's rent arrears.
As investors fret about the budget standoff in the United States and slowing growth in Asia, the confidence of the world's super-rich to splurge on top gems and works of art appears intact, judging by a string of Sotheby's auctions in Hong Kong in
On the first floor of a hulking residential building, at the end of a dimly lighted corridor, a narrow door opens up into Hong Kong's economic underbelly. Twenty-two men live in this particular 450-square-foot apartment in the neighborhood of Mong
Bobby Yip/Reuters Top officers of Sinopec Engineering on Monday. The company is seeking to raise as much as $2.24 billion in its Hong Kong offering. After a lackluster 2012 and slow start this year, Hong Kong's financiers are hoping to revive
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Hong Kong dollars at an auction of vanity license plates here this month...They are the ultimate car accessory: nonessential, highly individual and oh-so-cool license plates that are personalized to highlight their owner's status, wealth or tongue-in-
This two-bedroom with a view of the Hong Kong skyline and Victoria Harbor was renovated a year ago in a sleek, modern style. It is on the 24th and 25th floors of a high-rise called All Fit Garden in the Mid-Levels West district near downtown Hong
Italian fashion house Prada is selling shares near the low end of the price range in its planned IPO, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press on Friday, as investors flee slumping stock markets and worry about paying Italian taxes.
Story continues below The company is betting on a boom in the consumption of luxury items in China, the world's second-largest economy, to lure investors to the IPO, the first for an Italian company in Hong Kong. China will account for 20 percent of
Hong Kong stock exchange, a person familiar with the matter said Thursday, joining a slew of foreign companies cashing in on investor interest in China. Samsonite will sell 671.24 million shares in the initial public offering,