uk Global Banking News - 16 February 2012 Tokyo-based brokerage firm Daiwa Capital Markets (DCM) (TYO: 8601) (FRA: 8601) is shedding about 100 staff in Hong Kong, representing a third of its workforce in the city, Dow Jones has reported, citing the Hong Kong Economic Journal.
What does HKEJ stand for?
HKEJ stands for Hong Kong Economic Journal
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The awards and the list of winners were are also highly recognized by the media and widely published in local newspapers such as the Hong Kong Economic Journal, The Standard and over 3,500 other publications and websites in Hong Kong, Mainland China and the Asia Pacific region.
In the (United Kingdom), tapping an executive director for the role of chairman is seen as poor corporate governance told the daily Hong Kong Economic Journal and head of the HSBC board's audit committee, reports said.
9 Kyodo Richard Li, younger son of Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing, has bought 50 percent of the Hong Kong Economic Journal and Economic Journal Monthly for less than HK$300 million ($38.
tycoon buys financial daily HONG KONG - Richard Li, younger son of Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing, has bought 50 percent of the Hong Kong Economic Journal and Economic Journal Monthly for less than HK$300 million ($38.
hk/ and in the Hong Kong Economic Journal and The Standard tomorrow.
A column of the Hong Kong Economic Journal reported Monday the postponement was related to the current political situation in Japan.
China Eastern Airlines is considering aviation alliances with large international carriers ahead of China's entry into the World Trade Organization, according to the Hong Kong Economic Journal.