Door opens to yuan investments

2011-08-18 07:31

The central government will soon allow investors in Hong Kong to use the yuan to invest in the mainland's equities market.

Policies will facilitate joint enterprises

2011-08-18 07:29

Central government will further encourage cooperation between mainland and Hong Kong enterprises to tap opportunities in the international market.

Mainland, HK sign economic co-op projects

2011-08-17 17:28

Vice-Premier Li Keqiang attended a ceremony during which eight cross-border economic and trade agreements were signed.

Stable supply to beat price volatility

2011-08-17 16:47

The central government will work to ensure a stable supply of grain, meat, fruits, vegetables, power and gas to Hong Kong in order to reduce price and market volatility, Vice-premier Li Keqiang said in a forum in Hong Kong on Wednesday.

Hong Kong insurance companies to enter mainland

2011-08-17 16:43

Hong Kong's banks and insurance companies will be allowed to play a bigger role in the mainland, Vice Premier Li Keqiang said at a forum in Hong Kong on Wednesday.

Mainland investors to trade Hong Kong stocks

2011-08-17 15:40

Vice Premier Li Keqiang said Hong Kong stocks ETF (exchange-traded funds) will be allowed to list in the mainland.

Inclusion in 5-yr plan shows importance of HK

2011-08-15 19:57

Hong Kong's inclusion in the 12th Five-Year Plan indicates that its role as an int'l financial center is not being threatened by Shanghai.

Five-Year Plan opens up new opportunities

2011-08-15 19:56

Donald Tsang has issued a call to the business sector and other quarters of the community to work with the government in an all-out effort to grasp the full potential.

Mainland demand drives HK's retail boom

2011-06-17 07:17

Hong Kong's economy has been changing fast in recent years. Industrial hollowing out is now history, but even the producer services industry, which has grown with cross-border demand, is losing momentum.

HK-Shanghai ETF dual listing to begin within months

2011-05-14 06:51

Local and mainland financial officials pledged Friday to work harder and facilitate the dual listing, within the coming months, of both sides' exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in their respective stock markets.

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