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Hong Kong Resumes Live Poultry Imports

JEFFREY NG The Wall Street Journal 01/14/2012
Hong Kong Resumes Live Poultry Imports

Hong Kong authorities approved the resumption of imports and sales of live poultry Thursday, following a three-week ban imposed after a dead chicken tested positive for a lethal strain of bird flu.

Demonstrators Plan to Occupy Retailers on Black Friday

Some demonstrators are planning to occupy retailers on Black Friday to protest "the business that are in the pockets of Wall Street."

Apple Plans to Open Hong Kong Store Later This Quarter

Apple plans to open its first retail store in Hong Kong later this quarter, according to a company spokeswoman.

China’s Shoppers Sling a Gucci ‘Lifeline’ to Faltering Hong Kong Economy

Queuing outside a Louis Vuitton shop in Hong Kong, Lin Shasha says she’s visiting from Shenzhen to buy leather belts and handbags because the products are genuine and her yuan goes further.

Audi and BMW exports to China booming

Monsters and Critics.com 07/07/2011
Audi and BMW exports to China booming

China remains the key driving force behind demand for luxury vehicles with Germany's premium auto makers reporting Wednesday another surge in sales to the world's biggest car market.

Apple retail to invade Hong Kong with massive two-story flagship shop

Apple plans to make a big splash this fall with its first retail store in Hong Kong, a sprawling, double-decker outlet that will serve as the latest anchor shop at the high-profile International Finance Center (IFC) Mall.

Russia bans vegetable imports from EU

NATALIYA VASILYEVA AP 06/02/2011
Call to stop the use and sale of 23 Taiwanese fruit syrup and juice suspected to be tainted with plasticiser

The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) yesterday (June 7) called on the food trade to immediately stop the use and sale of 23 kinds of fruit syrup and juice (Annex), which were produced in Taiwan and might have been contaminated with di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), a plasticiser.

Russia bans vegetable imports from EU

Russia on Thursday extended its ban on vegetable imports to all of the EU in a bid to prevent a deadly European bacterial outbreak that has left 17 people dead from spreading into the country.

EU moves to ban plastic bags

Daily Express 05/21/2011
EU moves to ban plastic bags

THE EU was under fire last night for seeking a ban on plastic shopping bags to fight pollution.

Nearly 210,000 Buyers Source at HKTDC Trade Fairs in April

Nearly 10,400 exhibitors and close to 210,000 trade buyers took part in the seven trade fairs mounted by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) in April. More than half the visitors were from the Chinese mainland and overseas, bringing HK$1 billion in spending to Hong Kong, excluding trade orders.


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