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  • Communications in Hong Kong includes a wide-ranging and sophisticated network of radio, television, telephone, Internet, and related online services, reflecting Hong Kong's thriving commerce and international importance. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hong Kong's terrestrial commercial TV networks can also be seen in Macau , via cable. (wikipedia.org)
  • The production of Hong Kong's soap drama, comedy series and variety shows have reached mass audiences throughout the Chinese-speaking world. (wikipedia.org)
  • Perhaps the most important gift, however, was the pronouncement he made after inaugurating Hong Kong's new cabinet, hailing a further expansion of the Closer Economic Partnership Agreement. (ft.com)
  • Beijing and Hong Kong originally signed this trade accord in 2003 after the Sars epidemic had left Hong Kong's economy in the doldrums. (ft.com)
  • It is bringing only competition and not business," says Joseph Tong, executive director at Sun Hung Kai Financial Group, Hong Kong's largest local non-bank financial institution. (ft.com)
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  • When Hu Jintao, China's president, visited Hong Kong last weekend to mark the 10th anniversary of Chinese rule in the city, he arrived bearing goodwill and gifts. (ft.com)
  • The first phase eliminated tariffs on Hong Kong products entering the mainland but Cepa has since been expanded to give service providers preferential treatment in entering otherwise closed Chinese market sectors. (ft.com)
  • The openings are intended to give Hong Kong companies an advantage over foreign groups in entering the vast Chinese market. (ft.com)
  • Chinese investors who can bypass capital controls find the Hong Kong market attractive because of the large discount shares of the dual-listed companies usually trade at in Hong Kong as compared to Shanghai. (ft.com)
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  • Hong Kong also ranks as an important centre of publishing and printing: numerous books are published yearly for local consumption, several leading foreign publishers have their regional offices in Hong Kong, and many international magazines are printed in the territory. (wikipedia.org)
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  • It is not really a hedge for [mainland investors] since the Hong Kong shares would also be affected if a company's Shanghai shares crash, but it is a good diversification," Mr Tong says. (ft.com)
  • widespread
  • Paid cable and satellite television have also been widespread, with Cable TV Hong Kong , Now TV , TVB Network Vision and HKBN bbTV being the more prominent providers. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Just hours before Mr Hu landed in Hong Kong on Friday, his commerce minister, Bo Xilai, oversaw the signing of the fourth phase of Cepa, under which the central government is to implement 40 liberalisation measures in 28 services areas. (ft.com)
  • investors
  • He fears, however, that after the latest Cepa agreement, these mainland investors will prefer remaining with mainland fund managers when investing in Hong Kong. (ft.com)
  • Oasis was established by investors from Hong Kong and late last year the airline sold a minority stake to private equity investor Value Partners for $30 million. (flightglobal.com)