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Hong Kong

Hong Kong Archives

Foodpanda’s Pandamart rides high on quick commerce wave

It’s been two years since Foodpanda launched its quick-commerce solution, Pandamart, for the Hong Kong market. With a 53...

How Dyson’s new demo store is plugging into Hong Kong customers

Dyson’s retail footprint and overall presence in Hong Kong has been bolstered by its recent opening of its largest demon...

Hong Kong flags tax breaks, handouts for Covid relief

The measures were announced as hundreds of bars, restaurants and small retailers warned they were months away from closu...

Hong Kong and China move closer to partial border reopening

Delegations from the two governments met in the tech hub of Shenzhen on Thursday to discuss protocols.

Hong Kong retail sales rise again as consumption vouchers kick in Hong Kong

Retail sales in August grew 10.6 per cent from a year earlier compared with a revised 0.7 per cent surge the previous mo...

Hong Kong to reopen China border for some residents as Covid-19 rules eased

From September 8, residents of Hong Kong would be allowed to return to the city from mainland China or Macau without und...

JD Logistics launches Hong Kong IPO to raise up to US$3.4 billion

The logistics offshoot of JD.com will sell 609.1 million shares in the deal which is 10% of the company's total shares, ...

Trip.com to raise US$1.09bn in Hong Kong listing – sources

Trip.com, which is headquartered in China, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Analysis: Here’s why Hong Kong retail is down, but not out

Now that the tourists are no longer flooding the island, retail has been forced to evolve since the pandemic.

Hong Kong on the cusp of a cashless economy as digital payments boom

Cash use in Hong Kong at the POS declined by 17 per cent from 2019, accounting for just 9 per cent of in-store payments ...