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Chinese firms FAW Group, Dongfeng Automobile and Chongqing Changan Automobile have set up a venture to establish a ride-sharing platform, creating the kind of service pioneered by Uber.
Investors had kept their fingers crossed that Xiaomi's (1810) performance would be supported by capital from the mainland until the Shenzhen and Shanghai bourses over the past weekend announced they would temporarily exclude companies with weighted voting rights from being traded under the Stock Connect programs.
Following the lifting of a US ban last week, ZTE (0763) has sent out notices to its partners and suppliers stating its determination to clear up a production backlog, mainland media reported.
Hong Kong International Airport welcomed 36.
Sun Hung Kai Properties (0016) will release another 36 homes at its Victoria Harbour in North Point today after the 45 units launched yesterday were sold out.
Less than a week after the United States and China matched each other with tariffs on goods worth US$34 billion (HK$264.
China Evergrande Group (3333) chairman Hui Ka-yan has paid a visit to Faraday Future in Los Angeles, meeting founder and chief executive Jia Yueting, to show his commitment to the troubled automobile start-up.
The screen portrayal of a cancer sufferer whose illegal import of foreign medicines into China spurred national policy changes has become a box-office smash as audiences flock to a rare Chinese film on a hot-button issue.
Partitioned flats were found in almost 90 percent of old residential buildings checked in Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po and Kowloon City.
Phoenix Un Applications for the next round of Home Ownership Scheme flats are likely to top 200,000 - 45 times the number of flats - according to Housing Authority panel member Anthony Chiu Kwok-wai.
Former transport minister Anthony Cheung Bing-leung said the government should no longer fund new railway projects, following a string of controversies that have tarnished the MTR Corp's image and reputation.
More than 20 pressure groups called on the government to launch supplementary measures to support the Feed-in Tariff policy, according to a joint appeal which they issued yesterday.
A growing number of young people are falling for money-lending scams, with at least seven victims losing a total of HK$2.
Four medical associations have voiced their support for the government's proposal to tighten controls over medical devices before it is discussed by lawmakers today.
A timely run for the loo saved a cab driver from serious injuries - if not death - when a tree fell on his vehicle during yesterday's rainstorm.
My wife's magazines make me laugh.
Not very long ago Hong Kong had a demeaning reputation as a cultural desert populated by philistines only interested in making money.
The new-term government has been in office for a year now, and policy secretaries are busy making short videos to bring the public up to date on their work.
Syrian rebels and their relatives began evacuating the southern city of Daraa yesterday - more than seven years after the country's ill-fated uprising erupted there.
The number of Afghan civilians killed in the country's long-running conflict hit a record high in the first six months of 2018, UN figures showed yesterday, with militant attacks and suicide bombs the leading causes of death.