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Hong Kong protests may drive retail-sales slump, says HKRMA

The ongoing Hong Kong protests are eroding the sales of the territory’s retailers according to the HKRMA.

Auction house caught selling fake coin

Hong Kong Customs yesterday arrested the director of an auction house suspected of selling a fake coin.

7-Eleven hack loots US$510 million from mobile-payment accounts

A 7-Eleven hack in Japan has seen some 900 mobile-payment account holders lose money.

Operation Octopus cracks down on counterfeit dolls in claw machines

Hong Kong Customs has conducted a territory-wide operation to combat counterfeit dolls in claw machines.

Pacific Place mall closed during extradition bill protests

Retail stores in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place shopping mall remained closed for the second day this morning as protests against the extradition bill continued at Admiralty.

Pacific Place mall closed during extradition bill protests

Retail stores in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place shopping mall remained closed for the second day this morning as protests against the extradition bill continued at Admiralty.

Single-use cup consumption plummets in South Korea

Single-use cup consumption at Korean fast-food restaurants has plunged by 72 per cent, according to a Korea Times report.

Skin-care scammers fined $40,000 for online bait advertising

A skin care product supplier was fined HK$40,000 yesterday at Kowloon City Magistrates’ Courts after being convicted of online bait advertising.

Supreme wins China trademark battle against counterfeiter

Fashion label Supreme has won a fight against a copycat company using a similar brand name in Mainland China.

Supreme wins China trademark battle against counterfeiter

Fashion label Supreme has won a fight against a copycat company using a similar brand name in Mainland China.

Bulgari latest retailer affected by Hong Kong’s measles outbreak

A second luxury retailer in Harbour City has been affected in Hong Kong’s measles outbreak, with a 32-year- old male staff member diagnosed on Sunday.

Produce chain Bonnie Vegetables fined again for causing disturbance

Wan Chai’s branch of Bonnie Vegetables and Fruit Wholesale Limited has convicted for causing noise nuisance and fined $8000.