Hong Kong traders remain cautious amid continuing uncertainty in the global economy.
22 June 2016
Sluggish global demand and lacklustre trade have further dampened prospects for Hong Kong exports. In its latest projection of the city’s export outlook, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) has revised downwards its forecast for 2016. More
A global collective of founders, futurists, start-ups and investors spent a week pitching, parlaying and playing in Hong Kong as part of RISE 2016.
20 June 2016
The second edition of RISE 2016, held 31 May-2 June at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, drew some heavy-hitters from the worlds of business and technology, including HTC Chief Content Officer Phil Chen, DST Global’s John Lindfors, and serial Forbes Midas Lister Jenny Lee, who’s Managing Partner of GGV Capital. More
Hong Kong hosted the inaugural Belt and Road Summit to explore business opportunities arising from China’s far-reaching development strategy.
25 May 2016
From top government officials to investors, project owners and services professionals, more than 2,400 participants attended the most authoritative conference to date on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which covers more than 60 countries spanning Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. More
The future is bright for women setting up business in Asia’s world city.
23 May 2016
Hong Kong’s start-up-friendly environment is inspiring many women to set up their own business in the city – and those who do can find practical support and advice from Female Entrepreneurs Worldwide (FEW). More
Asia is a future engine for growth for some of the latest medical devices from around the world, featured at Hong Kong’s leading medical fair.
11 May 2016
After discovering that standard care for dementia could be detrimental to those suffering from the condition, Dutch-based Wissner-Bosserhoff introduced the concept of a “Dementia Compatible Room” to greatly extend what can be offered to patients. More
The multi-award winning Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has set a new industry benchmark by expanding into the Chinese mainland.
03 May 2016
Voted in legal circles as the most preferred and used dispute resolution service outside of Europe, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) broke new ground by becoming the first international arbitration institution to open in the Chinese mainland. More
Hong Kong remains an important channel for Chinese mainland investment.
25 April 2016
As the premier gateway for the two-way flow of investment to and from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong’s central role was reinforced at this year’s China Investment Policy Seminar, held in Hong Kong in March. More