Category Archives: Hong Kong

Hong Kong: Where North Korea goes to launder money?

Hong Kong: Where North Korea goes to launder money? – CNN http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/16/asia/hong-kong-north-korea/index.html Re-posted from CNN. Geoff Geoff Comments: The worlds choice to launder money since 1836…

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Hong Kong, Singapore top list of most free economies as US languishes: Index

Hong Kong, Singapore top list of most free economies as US languishes: Index http://www.cnbc.com/2016/09/17/hong-kong-singapore-top-list-of-most-free-economies-as-us-languishes-index.html Re-posted from CNBC. Geoff

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Hong Kong Retail Sales Plunge 7.5% YoY, Fall For 14th Consecutive Month

Hong Kong Retail Sales Plunge 7.5% YoY, Fall For 14th Consecutive Month | Zero Hedge http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-31/hong-kong-retail-sales-plunge-75-yoy-fall-14th-consecutive-month Re-posted from Zero Hedge. Geoff

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Hong Kong: Aged and Abandoned

Hong Kong: Aged and Abandoned – Al Jazeera English http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/101east/2016/05/hong-kong-aged-abandoned-160501152055507.html Re-posted from Al Jazeera English. Geoff  

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China’s Furious Stimulus-and-Debt Binge Backfires

China’s Furious Stimulus-and-Debt Binge Backfires | Wolf Street http://wolfstreet.com/2016/05/01/china-stimulus-debt-binge-falls-flat-manufacturing-service-pmi/ Re-posted from Wolf Street. Geoff  

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The Hong Kong Housing Bubble Implodes

The Hong Kong Housing Bubble Implodes | Wolf Street http://wolfstreet.com/2016/04/29/the-hong-kong-housing-bubble-implodes/ Re-posted from Wolf Street. Geoff    

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