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Donald Tsang's case wouldn't have definite conclusion Listen
Senior Counsel Ronny Tong says there wouldn’t be a definite conclusion to Donald Tsang’s bribery case even though the prosecution has decided not to ask for another re-trial against the former Chief Executive. He says the charges against Tsang have been left on court file but in the vast majority of such cases, they end up not being brought to court again unless new evidence emerges and there is a more than 50 percent chance of securing a conviction. Tong spoke to Annemarie Evans.
Cathay Pacific hopes to have constructive relationship with Qatar Airways Listen
Cathay Pacific's CEO Rupert Hogg says he's looking forward to a "continued constructive relationship" with Qatar Airways -- after the Middle Eastern airline announced that its buying an almost 10 percent stake in Cathay. Qatar Airways will become Cathay's third-largest shareholder, after Swire Pacific and Air China. Timmy Sung spoke to an analyst at CAPA Centre for Aviation Will Horton about the deal.
Source of "Paradise Papers" leak still unknown Listen
Less than two years on from the leak of millions of documents known as "the Panama Papers", which revealed the myriad ways in which rich individuals can exploit secretive offshore tax regimes, there's been a similar avalanche of information. The so-called "Paradise Papers" have highlighted the involvement of prominent investors - including the American Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross. The papers also reveal the financial dealings of many of the rich and famous, including Britain's Queen Elizabeth. RTHK’s London correspondent Gavin Grey says the activities that were stated in the papers were not illegal. He tells Annemarie Evans it’s unclear where the latest leak came from.