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AS Watson to shut down its Russian business

Hong Kong-headquartered company says decision to quit was made before Russia invaded Ukraine.

Hong Kong’s Pirata Group opens online market for prepared meals

For the next few weeks, restaurants will be preparing dishes from a special menu and offering groceries.

Foodpanda Hong Kong donates HKD3m to Covid-19 community support

The support measures include donating more than 12,000 meals to people in need and special initiatives for its partners.

Hong Kong’s Retail Asia Conference & Expo 2022 postponed

The expo team will reach out to the attendants to confirm the next steps in rolling participation over to the new dates.

Deliveroo invests HK$2m to fund sustainable plastic-free packaging

This is the partnership between Deliveroo and Sustainabl – a zero-waste packaging company.
Hong Kong Central

Hong Kong retail sales growth slows, with Covid impact yet to show

Hong Kong retail sales rose by 4.1 per cent in January – but the full impact of the fifth wave of Covid-19 has yet to sh...

Hong Kong retail chains ration staples to curb Covid panic buying

Two of Hong Kong's largest consumer retail chains started rationing some food and drug items on Friday to curb panic buy...

TWG parent V3 Group to launch Hong Kong IPO

The company's investment arm, V3 Brands Asia, filed an application for a global offering on Monday without disclosing pr...

Love, Bonito names new country managers for Japan, Hong Kong

Tomoko Okada has been appointed as head of Love, Bonito Japan, while Christina Wang was named as head of Hong Kong and T...

Hong Kong leader calls for calm, after supermarket shelves emptied

Exemptions would be made for those who buy food, seek medical treatment and maintain societal operations.