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Razer shares jump 40% in Hong Kong debut as investors embrace 'new economy' IPOs

Razer's Hong Kong debut follows other high-profile listings from China Literature and ZhongAn P&C Insurance.

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7 tips for living in one of the world's most expensive cities on a tight budget

Zack Schwartz, an entrepreneur, shares how he survives living in Hong Kong as he pitches investors.

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Hong Kong is switching to more natural gas use as demand set to grow

Power demand in Hong Kong will grow with plans for new housing projects, says Geert Peeters, group director and CFO at CLP Holdings.

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This cash-strapped entrepreneur is living in one of the world's most expensive cities

Zack Schwartz shares seven tips on how to make it in Hong Kong as an entrepreneur with little cash flow.

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Tencent's China Literature surges as much as 100% in Hong Kong debut

Shares of online publishing company China Literature got off to a roaring start on their first day of trade.

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Hong Kong office sells for record $5.2 billion

The purchase reportedly led by a Chinese backed consortium.

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HSBC reports third quarter pre-tax profit of $4.6 billion, up from $843 million a year ago

HSBC, listed in Hong Kong, London and New York, released its third-quarter financial statement on Monday.

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Which global city gives you the most burrito for your buck?

CNBC's Uptin Saiidi visits 5 cities, from Hong Kong to New York, to find which city offers the best bang for the buck for a burrito.

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Hong Kong is angling to be a creative powerhouse

One of Asia's most important financial hubs, Hong Kong now wants to be the region's design capital. CNBC's Emily Tan reports.

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Hong Kong and Singapore to work together on blockchain project

They announced a project based on blockchain technology that would allow cross-border trade and financing.

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