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Candles to light up Hong Kong on fraught Tiananmen anniversary

04 Jun 2020

HONG KONG/TAIPEI Many people in Hong Kong plan to commemorate the bloody 1989 crackdown by Chinese troops in and around Tiananmen Square by lighting candles across the city on Thursday, circumventing a ban on the usual public gathering amid the coronavirus pandemic.

WRAPUP 5-Hong Kong warns removing U.S. special status is a 'double-edged sword'

29 May 2020

* European governments express grave concerns over security law

Hong Kong government warns removing U.S. special status is "double-edged sword"

29 May 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong's government warned Washington that withdrawing its special U.S. status, which has underpinned the city as a global financial hub, could be a "double-edged sword" and urged the United States to stop interfering in internal affairs.

WRAPUP 2-GLOBAL ECONOMY-Surveys show coronavirus pandemic savaging global economy

24 Mar 2020

* Australia, Japan, European PMIs show severe contraction in activity

REFILE-UPDATE 1-GLOBAL ECONOMY-Surveys show coronavirus pandemic savaging global economy

24 Mar 2020

* Australia, Japan, European PMIs show severe contraction in activity

GLOBAL-ECONOMY-Surveys show coronavirus pandemic savaging global economy

24 Mar 2020

* Euro zone, U.S. PMI later on Tuesday seen at multi-year lows

WRAPUP-World leaders rush in to shore up panic-hit global financial system

19 Mar 2020

* ECB, Fed, RBA ease policy, provide liquidity to shore up system

Hong Kong recession deepens as virus outbreak darkens outlook

03 Feb 2020

HONG KONG Hong Kong's economy contracted for the first time in a decade in 2019 as violent anti-government protests and trade tariffs between Washington and Beijing took more steam out of the economy in the final quarter of last year.

Hong Kong to unveil depth of 2019 recession as protests, trade war bite

03 Feb 2020

HONG KONG, Feb 3 Hong Kong is due to unveil the depth of its first recession in a decade later on Monday, as violent anti-government protests and trade tariffs between Washington and Beijing took more steam out of the economy in the final quarter of last year.

Tear gas fired at Hong Kong New Year's protests

02 Jan 2020

HONG KONG A march drawing tens of thousands of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong on New Year's Day spiralled into chaotic scenes as police fired several rounds of tear gas and water cannon at crowds including families before halting the event. | Video

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