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News At Seven-Thirty highlights: Financial Secretary Paul Chan has renewed his concern about the...
News At Seven-Thirty highlights: Financial Secretary Paul Chan has renewed his concern about the property market heating up again; A third and final showdown is now underway between the three candidates vying for the city’s top job; The Hong Kong Construction Association staged a rally today to call on lawmakers to stop blocking funding for public works projects; U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says his country is looking forward to the first meeting between President Xi JinPing and Donald Trump; In France, more details are emerging about a man who was shot and killed yesterday at Paris Orly Airport;Despite the terror scare in Paris, Prince William and his wife, Kate, still met with survivors of the 2015 terror attack at the Bataclan concert hall; Finance ministers from the G20 group of leading industrialised nations have dropped a pledge to keep global trade free and open;Eight cars were damaged in an arson case this morning at the car park of a Lok Fu housing estate; New People’s Party lawmaker Michael Tien is calling on the government to consult the public on joint customs, immigration and quarantine facilities for the express rail link to Guangzhou; The government wants to consult the public on whether to legislate a so-called “opt-out” system which makes everyone an organ donor by default; Rock ‘n’ roll’s founding guitar hero Chuck Berry has died.
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News At Seven-Thirty highlights: Financial Secretary Paul Chan has renewed his concern about the property market heating up again; A third and final showdown is now underway between the three candidates vying for the city’s top job; The Hong Kong Construction Association staged a rally today to call on lawmakers to stop blocking funding for public works projects; U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says his country is looking forward to the first meeting between President Xi JinPing and Donald Trump; In France, more details are emerging about a man who was shot and killed yesterday at Paris Orly Airport;Despite the terror scare in Paris, Prince William and his wife, Kate, still met with survivors of the 2015 terror attack at the Bataclan concert hall; Finance ministers from the G20 group of leading industrialised nations have dropped a pledge to keep global trade free and open;Eight cars were damaged in an arson case this morning at the car park of a Lok Fu housing estate; New People’s Party lawmaker Michael Tien is calling on the government to consult the public on joint customs, immigration and quarantine facilities for the express rail link to Guangzhou; The government wants to consult the public on whether to legislate a so-called “opt-out” system which makes everyone an organ donor by default; Rock ‘n’ roll’s founding guitar hero Chuck Berry has died.
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