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Playing by the Rules
Hong Kong’s competitive edge comes from a clean and fair business environment. Simon Peh, Commissioner of the city’s anti-corruption agency, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), discusses how companies can protect themselves from questionable practices.
30 July 2014
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Chinese-Italian Partnership
In 2013, Italian Gianluigi Lucchini re-located from his native Italy to Hong Kong, where he set up LVC Asia Pacific, an independent boutique M&A firm that helps Asian investors with outbound M&A activities, specifically in Italy and Europe.
23 July 2014
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Bullish on China
Peter Levesque is Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (AmCham), and Chief Commercial Officer of Modern Terminals Ltd.
16 July 2014
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No Ordinary History Webcast
Frank Dikötter will be among the English-language authors featuring at this year’s HKTDC Hong Kong Book Fair, 16-22 July.
9 July 2014
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Creative Collaboration
Hong Kong-based design label Tangram is a collaboration between a Colombian husband-and-wife duo, fashion designer Paolo Sinisterra and architect Ignacio Garcia.
2 July 2014
346.
Building Baltic Ties Podcast
Lithuania is set to join the Eurozone, 1 January 2015, and has begun negotiations for joining the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
25 June 2014
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Time is Money
Former investment banker Iain Reed and business partner Robin Hammond set up their Hong Kong-based financial software company, EFA, in 2003.
18 June 2014
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A Slice of Life
Italian entrepreneur Jacopo Contiero knows how to stand out in the crowded F&B market. Lychee pizza and durian-flavoured gelato anyone?
11 June 2014
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Asian Design Debut
A Hong Kong-based design quarterly was launched last month to serve as a showcase for regional talent.
4 June 2014
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Green Gadget Webcast
A powerless smartphone speaker made from recycled paper was among the creative products featured at the Hong Kong gift show.
28 May 2014
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Betting on Insurance
Hong Kong is instrumental in tapping into the region’s huge insurance industry potential, says David Fried, CEO of QBE Asia Pacific.
21 May 2014
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Creative by Design
Hong Kong’s newest landmark for the local creative scene is focused on the visitor experience.
14 May 2014
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Uncorking China’s Mid-tier Market
Consumers are helping cushion the effects of falling demand for top-end wine on the Chinese mainland.
7 May 2014
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Harmonising Trade Webcast
Hong Kong and Shanghai both stand to benefit from the China Pilot Free-Trade Zone, says the head of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.
30 April 2014
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The Business of Soap-making
It started out as a way to support herself. Now, Bella Ip wants to help other women become self-sufficient.
23 April 2014
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From Fashion to Film
French designer Agnès b. says her first venture into moviemaking was a “very personal” project.
16 April 2014
357.
Fuel for the Soul
British designer Kelly Hoppen finds Asia a source of inspiration for her work.
9 April 2014
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Lustrous Business Webcast
Pearls are big business for Japan’s jewellery industry. The country’s top trade body in Hong Kong explains the importance of its prized Akoya pearls.
2 April 2014
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Cold-Chain Logistics
Hong Kong’s Dah Chong Hong is introducing a food-tracking system on the Chinese mainland to ensure safe delivery of its prime produce.
26 March 2014
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After the Disaster
Journalist David Pilling, the author of a new book on Japan, considers what it means to be Japanese and what Japan means to the rest of Asia.
19 March 2014
 
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