HK$ definition

HK$. Hong Kong dollars, the lawful currency of Hong Kong;
HK$ means Hong Kong dollars, the lawful currency of Hong Kong;
HK$ means Hong Kong dollars, the lawful currency of Hong Kong.

Examples of HK$ in a sentence

  • As of the date of the announcement, SharkNinja HK is wholly owned by SharkNinja, which is owned as to over 40% by JS&W, which is owned by the Controlling Shareholders (including Xx. Xxxx Xxxxxx, Xx. Xxx Run and Ms. Xxxxx Xxxxxxx, each of whom is an executive Director).

  • Chengdu BOE is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BOE and an associate of BOE (HK) and is principally engaged in research and development, technology, production and sales of various small and medium size thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) panel and related products of high-tech enterprises.

  • Pursuant to Chapter 14A of the Listing Rules, SharkNinja HK is a connected person of the Company.

  • Chengdu BOE is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BOE and an associate of BOE (HK) and is thus a connected person of the Company under the Listing Rules.

  • CONNECTED PERSON BOE (HK), a wholly-owned subsidiary of BOE, is the controlling shareholder of the Company, holding approximately 54.42% of the issued share capital of the Company as at the date of this announcement.


More Definitions of HK$

HK$ means Hong Kong dollars;
HK$ means Hong Kong dollar, the lawful currency of Hong Kong
HK$ or “Hong Kong dollars” means Hong Kong dollars, the lawful currency for the time being of Hong Kong;
HK$ means Hong Kong dollars or other lawful currency of Hong Kong;
HK$ means the lawful currency of Hong Kong;
HK$. ’ means Hong Kong dollar, the lawful currency of Hong Kong ‘‘Hong Kong’’ means the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the