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Senator Leila de Lima joins environmental activist Greta Thunberg, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and US Senator Elizabeth Warren in the Financial Times list
The Financial Times publishes internal communications and financial reports it says contained 'strong indications' hundreds of millions of euros of payments processed for some Wirecard clients 'could not have taken place'
Hong Kong's powerful bar association says the rights enshrined in Hong Kong's mini-constitution, including freedom of expression, should be respected 'whether one agrees with the information or ideas or not'
The director of Tai Kwun arts complex, host of the Hong Kong International Literary Festival, says it has reconsidered and would host the two talks of Ma Jian
British citizens are usually allowed into Hong Kong without a visa and are permitted to stay for 180 days under immigration rules
Facing questions for the first time since the visa denial emerged last week, Chief Executive Carrie Lam says the decision has been handed down by immigration authorities
The EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini's office says the expulsion of FT editor Victor Mallet is "a worrying precedent"
Victor Mallet, the Financial Times' Asia news editor and a British national, angers authorities in Beijing and Hong Kong by hosting a speech at the city's press club by Andy Chan, the leader of a tiny pro-independence political party
'Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy and its press freedoms are central to its way of life, and must be fully respected,' UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office says in a statement
Hong Kong refuses to renew the visa of Victor Mallet, the FT's Asia news editor who hosted a speech by Andy Chan, the leader of a tiny pro-independence political party
Duterte: God is ‘stupid’, Sereno on Midas Marquez and Bongbong Marcos' ambitions
Rest assured that the biggest hurdle political will is something that the President has a lot of says Secretary Mark Villar
The deal does not include FT Group s 50 percent stake in The Economist magazine or the London offices where the paper is based
All things considered the Philippine financial system is in a good place today But we can’t afford to be complacent Not at all says BSP Governor Amando Tetangco Jr
Businessmen analysts and senior government officials weigh in on how the Philippines will fare once the ASEAN Economic Community comes into force in December and the challenges it has to address now
Report: Greece s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras warnes German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a letter that Athens will not be able to service its debt without financial help from the EU
Military chief Catapang says Mamasapano clash was a failure in planning The Malampaya plant shuts down March 15 Manny Pacquiao says he feels slow
The draft European Commission paper will complete EU reforms to make banks safer and easier to wind down
British publisher Pearson denies that it is in deal talks with media mogul Rupert Murdoch and Abu Dhabi s state media group for the sale of Financial Times Group
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch and Abu Dhabi s state media group are in talks to acquire the Financial Times Group for about 1 2 billion a report says
The website of Britain s Financial Times was allegedly hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army
This highlights the need for financial education for overseas Filipino workers and their families
How do decision makers institutions and advocacy groups improve financial literacy and personal financial capability?
Citi and Financial Times draw more than 280 delegates from 30 countries