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 Issue: September 30, 2014   (Archive)
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   

British PM reminds China of obligations over Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
(09-30 17:32)
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Tuesday he was "deeply concerned'' about escalating protests in Hong Kong and reminded China of its obligations...   
09-30 18:15 -  China suspends HK tours: reports (Hong Kong)
09-30 18:13 -  CPC to hold key session in late October (China)
09-30 18:12 -  China eases home purchase restriction (Business)
09-30 18:04 -  Printing error discovered in Hospital Authority system (Hong Kong)
09-30 17:54 -  Eurozone inflation drops, unemployment steady (Business)
09-30 17:38 -  Apple to launch iPhone 6 in China from October 17 (Business)
09-30 17:28 -  Minimum wage raised for foreign domestic helpers (Hong Kong)
09-30 17:14 -  Occupy to open way for emergency services (Hong Kong)
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China Business News
Step back on reform talks
The government has been forced to back down on the launch of its second consultation on political reform, hours after angry Hongkongers expressed dismay at the use of tear gas to disperse an "Umbrella Revolution."
China Business News
Festive air as numbers swell for Central action
Occupy rallyists were in a festive mood last night as their numbers swelled following Sunday's "Umbrella Revolution" on Connaught Road Central.

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  • Sino in record happy landing
  • Fears for sales in unrest
  • Asset disposals pay off for Link
  • Bright start for E Lighting on market debut

  • We got it wrong on jihadists, admits Obama
  • Kabul passes first test with new president

     Import concerns
    The growing number of African-born athletes competing under Asian flags could discourage the development of homegrown talent, the Olympic Council of Asia said, but also suggested their success may help raise regional standards.

    Down on your luck? You need a little color
    Many people may not know that the most easy and effective feng shui remedy is the use of color.

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