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06/306C Urban Renewal of Wan Chai : A Collision of People & Policy

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Economics & Business Policy
Pub. Year: 2006

Wan Chai, one of the oldest districts in Hong Kong, has been appointed as one of the urban redevelopment areas in Hong Kong in 1998. The government had laid out various redevelopment plans in various ...

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Emily Ho
06/284C Legality of Privatising Public Assets (II): Return of the Link Reit

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Strategy & General Management
Pub. Year: 2006

The last-minute withdrawal of the Link Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) IPO in late 2004 was seen as a costly embarrassment for the government at a time when Hong Kong was aiming to rival Singapore...

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Amir Hoosain
05/266C Duty of Care: Susan Field v Barber Asia

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Finance & Investments
Pub. Year: 2005

In 2003 Susan Field, a British citizen living and working in Hong Kong, won her case against Barber Asia Ltd, a private financial advisory firm. Ms. Field filed a complaint against Barber Asia claimin...

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Monica Park
05/241C Legality of Privatising Public Assets: Link REIT

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Economics & Business Policy, Finance & Investments
Pub. Year: 2005

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have proven to be popular investment vehicles in countries including the US, Australia, Singapore and Japan. They work by using the pooled capital of investors to...

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Samuel Tsang
04/201C SunCorp Technologies: From Bust to Boom

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Accounting & Control
Pub. Year: 2004

H.B. International began in 1982 as a manufacturer of home telephone equipment (HBE) in Hong Kong. By the late 1990s, the company had grown from a 10-person factory to an organisation of 10,000. A dec...

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Monica Wong