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The 7th FUNtastic QRE Festival - Fantastic activities will bring joy to Wan Chai in two consecutive weekends

2017-11-18 marketwired
HONG KONG, CHINA--(Marketwired - Nov 18, 2017) - The 7th FUNtastic QRE Festival ("the Festival"), organised by Hopewell Holdings Limited, successfully kicked off today. The FUNtastic QRE Festival 2017 is one of the highlight events of Hong Kong Great November Feast, organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board. The Festival includes the QRE Wine and Whisky Walk and the QRE Carnival. The former began at 2pm today while the popular QRE Carnival will be held on 25-26 November.

Political meddling in business rarely ends in a pot of gold

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Automation effectively makes the dream of ‘bringing industry back home’ irrelevant. But this does not stop opportunist politicians from banging on about it

Rarely-seen share buying activity points to ‘undervaluation’ in these five companies

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There were several rare insider acquisitions last week, with purchases in Pizu Group, Honma Golf, Petro-King Oilfield Services, Hopewell Holdings and YGM Trading. Rare acquisitions, especially first-time purchases by directors since listing, are a strong sign that shares are undervalued. On the negative side, an executive director of Tencent Holdings recorded his highest sale price since he started selling the company’s shares in 2007.

Mainland firms expand property footprint in Hong Kong, set to fuel price rises

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Mainland Chinese companies have piled into Hong Kong property in 2015-2016, outbidding some of the territory’s most powerful developers to buy 29 per cent of land sold for development in one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets, according to new industry figures.

Mainland firms expand property footprint in Hong Kong, set to fuel price rises

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Mainland Chinese companies have piled into Hong Kong property in 2015-2016, outbidding some of the territory’s most powerful developers to buy 29 per cent of land sold for development in one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets, according to new industry figures.