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 Issue: November 27, 2015   (Archive)
Saturday, November 28, 2015   

Skin care drug prices rocketed by 401pc since 2009, US study finds (Business)
(11-27 16:48)
The cost of prescription skin treatments has skyrocketed since 2009, as the burden of escalating drug prices increasingly weighs on family budgets. Retail pric...   
11-27 17:36 -  Traders and food businesses rake in HK$5.2 trillion (Hong Kong)
11-27 17:30 -  Pope urges Kenyans to resist graft (World)
11-27 17:10 -  (Cricket) Black Caps struggle at dinner break (Sports)
11-27 17:06 -  (Swimming) Mitch Larkin sets short course record (Sports)
11-27 16:59 -  Villagers and developer convicted for village house scam (Hong Kong)
11-27 16:57 -  Germans arrest online gun vendor (World)
11-27 16:52 -  Greek pensioners vow to defy proposed cuts (Business)
11-27 16:45 -  In renewed war cry, UK's Cameron claims Syria bombing is legal (World)
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China Business News
Lawmakers are demanding the government explain whether a shock one-year delay in the construction of the local portion of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai- Macau Bridge will further bloat the costs of the mega project.
China Business News
Outspoken Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin hit out at Beijing for banning her from entering the mainland, where she is supposed to represent Canada in the 2015 Miss World final in Sanya, Hainan.

  • King Kong's Taipei nightclub chat ends in gunfire
  • Tests take sparkle out of street find
  • Tighter rules likely after URA singles furor
  • Playtime over as cops probe Bambini closure

  • Sha Tin roast pigeon king winged by new fire laws
  • Warmest year on record looks likely
  • Court clears way for isle incinerator
  • Tabloid in bizarre rant at indy-minded

  • Yuan bond buzz amid high yield
  • Currency pool seen stabilizing
  • Probe into top brokerage
  • Venture's shares break

  • Thousands left homeless by shanty inferno
  • Russia to turn trade screw after missiles
  • Thick file on teen-kill cop
  • Hospital horror: calls grow

     Night fever
  • United `need to be ruthless'

    A baby-boom plan with teething problems
    Changes in demographics bring changes in society, slowly but surely. Politicians make calculated moves to appeal to the biggest group of voters. Businesses also change their propositions as the tastes and needs of consumers change. Demographics is the most powerful force in society and it is the single most important factor to consider in long-term forecasting.

    Listing out the litany of investor challenges -
    Both Shanghai and Hong Kong stocks turned a little soft yesterday ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States.

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