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  • An Apple store in Hangzhou, China.

    The jury is out on pre-orders of the iPhone SE in China, but smugglers already have their doubts.

  • Art on Squawk : Art Basel HK

    Hugh Dutton, architect and founder of Hugh Dutton Associés, explains how his unique works create a synthesis between art, science and the environment.

  • HK economic outlook

    Ronald Arculli, senior partner at King & Wood Mallesons discusses tycoons Li Ka-Shing's and Henry Cheng's grim comments about Hong Kong.

  • Housing prices in Australasia rose the most last year, with both Australia and New Zealand seeing climbs exceeding 10 percent, Knight Frank said Friday.

  • Gold's signal to stocks

    Deirdre Bosa uses Kensho to look at what happens to stocks after a stellar quarter for gold.

  • Street Art PKG

    In this series of 'Art on Squawk,' CNBC's Bernie Lo explores the challenges and opportunities graffiti artists face in Hong Kong.

  • Singapore financial district at dusk.

    One country held on to its decade-long spot topping the World Bank's ranking of the easiest places to do business.

  • High speed rail link

    The Hong Kong-mainland China high-speed train will enhance connectivity and be economically beneficial, says Lincoln Leong, MTR Corportation CEO.

  • Tourists take in a cable car take in the sights at Sentosa Island, Singapore

    Singapore remained the world's most expensive city for the third year in a row, but Hong Kong leapfrogged higher, a new survey found.

  • Hong Kong student suicides prompt mental health support

    The Hong Kong government promises to provide better psychological support services to students.

  • This picture taken on March 1, 2011 students attending the tutorial school Beacon College in Hong Kong.  Cut-throat competition for exam success in Hong Kong's high-pressure education system has spawned a new breed of teacher -- celebrity tutors with near cult-like status and millionaire lifestyles.

    The Hong Kong government has pledged better psychological services for schools after four students committed suicide in just five days.

  • Art on Squawk : Sothesby's Asia PKG

    Sotheby's Asia CEO Kevin Ching talks about Hong Kong art's increasing prominence, and whether China's slowdown will hurt his industry.

  • Number of women on HSI boards stagnant

    Among Hang Seng Index companies, representation of women in the boardroom stands at 11 percent, notes Fern Ngai, CEO of Community Business.

  • (HOLD OFF FIRST)

    Kohler's Larry Yuen expects business opportunities as Hong Kong property rentals fall to more reasonable levels.

  • Some investors may be nervous about China but UBS's Min Lan Tan says there are some great investment opportunities in the region right now.

  • PCCW Earnings

    B..G Srinivas, group MD of PCCW, says the firm's core businesses, which includes telco, media and IT services, had healthy growth in 2015.

  • hong kong growth

    Unless China's economic slowdown worsens dramatically, Hong Kong will likely grow by 1-2 percent this year, says HSBC's John Zhu.

  • HK budget

    HKU's Danny Gittings explains why the Hong Kong government can't break away from the expensive annual distribution of budget sweeteners.

  • HK Budget

    Mike Rowse, MD at Treloar Enterprises, says the new measures in the Hong Kong 2016/2017 Budget are not "building for the future."

  • Albert Chan (Center) is removed from the Legislative Council Chambers for interjecting during Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying 2016 Policy Address in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong on January 13, 2016.

    Hong Kong should sell the bricks hurled during recent riots to democracy-loving tourists, like Germany did the Berlin Wall, one HK MP proposes.