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 Issue: July 24, 2014   (Archive)
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Cheap flats come with high management fees (Hong Kong)
(07-24 15:07)
The Housing Authority says future home owners of a government subsidised project in Tai O will have to pay monthly property management fee of about HK$2,000....   
07-24 17:23 -  Air Algerie loses contact with plane over Africa (World)
07-24 17:20 -  Hong Kong shares end at three-year high (Business)
07-24 17:09 -  FIFA head meets Emir of Qatar for labor rights talk in 2022 World Cup (Sports)
07-24 16:52 -  Asian shares mostly up on China manufacturing data (Business)
07-24 16:48 -  60 dead in huge attack near Baghdad (World)
07-24 16:27 -  Russian airlines resume flights to Israel (World)
07-24 16:26 -  Hong Kong shares end 0.71 percent higher (Business)
07-24 16:19 -  Taiwan airline suspects stormy weather caused crash (China)
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China Business News
Dozens die in Taiwan plane crash
A plane landing in a storm crashed outside an airport on a small Taiwanese island last night, killing dozens.
China Business News
Dems urge quick talks
Pan-democrats say they will not set any pre-conditions but insist on meeting Beijing officials before next month's National People's Congress Standing Committee meeting.


  • Dems urge quick talks
  • Dozens die in Taiwan plane crash
  • Lawmakers deny Lai cash claims


  • New aluminum mix builds on strength
  • Stripping away the glamour from fashion
  • Now double blow hits MTR
  • Easy heartbeat checks to help prevent strokes



  • iBond fever runs hot for 33,000
  • Default fears ease as Huatong pays
  • China forex chief warns of inflationary dangers
  • Regulatory costs seen to cast shadow on lenders


  • Dutch mourn victims on MH17


     Lament at long US tour
    Manchester United's new manager Louis van Gaal is bemoaning the club's lengthy pre-season US tour, saying it is not helping preparations for the English domestic campaign.



     Beatle tree falls to killer beetle
    A tree planted in a Los Angeles park in memory of George Harrison of the Beatles has been killed - by beetles.

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    Thoughts from long ago finally get to blossom
    I had afternoon tea with veteran actress Brigitte Lin Ching-hsia at a hotel lobby, and it was rather enjoyable.




  • Rents surging as students join hunt
  • Living in the slower lane
  • China cooling
  • Sale boosts confidence


  • Taste of Hong Kong
  • China Business News

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