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 Issue: July 03, 2015   (Archive)
Saturday, July 4, 2015   

(Greece crisis) Biggest creditor keeps options open while declaring Athens in default (Business)
(07-03 21:01)
Greece is officially in default but the declaration will have no immediate consequences, the eurozone's stability fund said in a statement. The European Fi...   
07-03 22:37 -  13 illegal workers arrested (Hong Kong)
07-03 22:32 -  Insurer Aetna to buy Humana in US$35b deal (Business)
07-03 22:29 -  Philippine ferry tragedy deaths rise to 50 (World)
07-03 22:26 -  (Wimbledon) Official headband breaks rules (Sports)
07-03 22:23 -  (Wimbledon) Wawrinka, Gasquet breeze through (Sports)
07-03 22:22 -  Hottest June since 1884 (Hong Kong)
07-03 22:19 -  (Greece crisis) PM Tsipras demands 30pc debt haircut (Business)
07-03 22:15 -  Sri Lanka seizes Malaysia-bound haul of star tortoises (World)
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China Business News
Holiday bargains as tour prices cut
Your summer holiday travel should be cheaper - by up to 23 percent - in wake of the red travel alert raised against South Korea.
China Business News
Tate's Cairn Tunnel tolls to rise
The toll for Tate's Cairn Tunnel is to increase by an average of 11.9 percent on January 1, 2016.

  • Localists `don't fear' new law
  • Holiday bargains as tour prices cut
  • Tate's Cairn Tunnel tolls to rise
  • Beware fake $150 HSBC notes

  • Conviction raises alert on service fees
  • DAB raises stink on hygiene blackspots
  • University makes right connections in communications
  • Cantopop sounds are fading away

  • Sino cashes in on cheap land
  • Greece unlikely to leave euro zone yet
  • ChemChina gets nod to take over Pirelli
  • Gray market mixed for listing hopefuls

  • Dozens die as ferry capsizes
  • Zoos keep the cool as Europe swelters in heat
  • US seeks extradition of seven Fifa officials
  • Cairo to crack down on rising terror blitz

    Breeze for Murray
    Former champion Andy Murray moved easily into Wimbledon's third round, but the women's draw saw the loss of a fourth top- 10 seed in less than a week.

    Rail-costs row could open a Pandora's box
    The Hong Kong government has recently acquired a bad reputation for underestimating project costs. Delays in completing the high-speed rail and a shortfall of funds has made headlines after the latest estimate was made public.

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