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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.


    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.