HONG KONG, Aug 20 (Reuters) - These are some of the leading stories in Hong Kong newspapers on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
-- A criminal lawyer more vocal about trade than politics has replaced the embattled Ambrose Lam San-keung as president of the Law Society. The council of the society on Tuesday elected Stephen Hung Wan-shun, who has served as vice-president, to the top post shortly after Lam tendered his resignation. (bit.ly/1AwrONF)
-- China Mobile Games and Entertainment Group, the mainland's largest publisher of mobile games, is on track to pre-install its gaming application in more than 80 million smartphones this year and launch its own original game every month from September, following a strategic corporate restructuring, according to its chief executive Ken Xiao Jian. (bit.ly/1pJeNNn)
-- Mainland developers listed in Hong Kong have been given a rare chance to grow their market share by acquiring weaker rivals rather than organic expansion, taking advantage of the sector's low price-earnings ratios amid an industry downturn, deal advisers said. (bit.ly/1BzYAiu)
-- Hong Kong could use a breast cancer drug to treat Ebola patients as health authorities cannot get hold of the experimental ZMapp drug from a US pharmaceutical company, the Centre for Health Protection said. (bit.ly/1yXLurk)
-- Constitutional reform must move forward, according to Asia's richest man. Li Ka-shing, also Cheung Kong chairman, said there are many different opinions, demands and fears concerning constitutional reform but they should not stop Hong Kong from progressing. (bit.ly/1oPmcvd)
-- Emperor International executive director Donald Cheung Ping-keung said rental costs of retail stores in prime districts, especially those serving mainland travellers, are likely to fall in 2015 and 2016. (bit.ly/1lgkYIX)
-- Macau gaming and hotel operator Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd expects to see double digit growth in earnings from its gaming business in 2014, according to deputy chairman Francis Lui.
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