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Alibaba goes after U.S. IPO after ditching Hong Kong option

Sep 25, 2013
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba is reportedly pulling out of a Hong Kong initial public offering, and plans to go public in the U.S. instead.
Posted In: Economy, business, alibaba, Lu Zhaoxi, Jack Ma, IPO, hong kong
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Young entrepreneurs reinvigorate Hong Kong tailoring

Jan 21, 2013
Hong Kong tailoring has long had a reputation for quality but many of the tailors were old and their premises old-fashioned. Now a new breed of young clothing entrepreneurs is shaking things up.
Posted In: tailor, menswear, suits, fashion, hong kong
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Hong Kong stock exchange fights to keep long lunch break

Jan 17, 2012
One of the world's biggest stock exchanges, Hong Kong, is also one of the few in the world that stops trading for an hour and a half long lunch break.
Posted In: hong kong, lunch, stock exchange
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Trading suspended for hacked companies

Aug 11, 2011
Yesterday, the Hong Kong stock exchange suspended trading on seven companies who were the victims of hacks. The attack took place on a page of the...
Posted In: hackers, hong kong, stocks, trading

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