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Albert Chan, Legislator, People Power, Hong Kong, says the vote on an electoral reform package should be held as soon as possible to ensure a united stance against China.
David Akers-Jones, President of Business and Professionals Federation of Hong Kong, debates the merits of a China-sponsored electoral reform package for Hong Kong.
Despite widespread disapproval, Jeffrey Lam, Legislator at the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, says the reforms will bring Hong Kong closer to democracy.
Nathan Law, Secretary General of the Hong Kong Federation of Students, warns of more pro-democracy protests if the China-backed electoral reform package gets approved.
Allan Zeman, Chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group, says it is in Beijing's interest keep Hong Kong stable and avoid more protests.
Ronny Tong, Legislator from the Hong Kong Civic Party, explains why he has no other choice expect to veto the China-backed electoral reforms on Wednesday, despite being an advocate for universal suffrage.
Michael Davis, Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong, explains why China's controversial electoral reform package should not be accepted.
Anson Chan, former chief secretary of Hong Kong from 1993-1997, says the rigid election framework designed by Beijing constitutes a "fake election."
The controversial China-backed electoral reform package will likely be voted down unless "something untoward happens," says Anson Chan, former chief secretary of Hong Kong from 1993-1997.
The membership is an important initiative that will allow Hong Kong stock trading firms access to London Stock Exchange's (LSE) derivatives market, says CEO Alexander Justham.
Ahead of a crucial vote on a China-backed electoral reform package, Hong Kong police arrested 10 people on suspicions of bomb-making. CNBC's Emily Tan has more.
Ken Peng, Asia Investment Strategist at Citi, outlines the factors that could take Hong Kong-listed H shares higher.
HSBC is betting on China's Pearl River Delta for growth, but the region's patchy development underlines the risks in the bank's Asia "pivot" strategy.
Armed with the experience of dealing with 2003's SARS outbreak, people in Hong Kong have started taking the "highest precaution" against MERS, says George Hongchoy, CEO of The Link Management.
Robert Medd, partner at GMT Research, explains whether trading sentiment among Chinese retail investors will be dented following MSCI's decision.
The implementation of reforms may bolster the case for MSCI to add China-listed shares into one of its benchmark indexes by year-end, says Jackson Wong, associate director at United Simsen Securities.
Uwe Parpart, MD & head of research at Reorient Financial Markets, explains why MSCI's decision to pass on Chinese stocks is "understandable", but adds that the inclusion will likely happen by the fourth quarter of 2015.
Within the H-share market, the small and mid-cap sectors have the biggest valuation gaps with their mainland A-share counterparts, says Helen Zhu, MD & head of China Equities at Blackrock.
Jim Antos, bank analyst at Mizuho Securities Asia, says traders expecting dramatic announcements from HSBC's update on late Tuesday may be disappointed.
Kenneth Lo, chairman of Crystal Group, is one of the winners of the "EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015." He tells CNBC how he built up one of the world's largest garment makers.