Despite recent trade conflicts between China and the US, mainland enterprises in the Greater Bay Area continue to develop business in both advanced countries and Belt and Road markets. The survey results show that Hong Kong is an important service platform for such going out activities, with enormous opportunities for Hong Kong service providers to explore. More
Now in its third year, the Pingyao International Film Festival's focus on lower-budget arthouse cinema from Mainland China and around the world makes it somewhat unique among the mainland's ever-growing number of movie marketplaces. More
According to a survey conducted recently by HKTDC Research during the course of the 2019 HKTDC Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Autumn Edition), an increasing number of respondents have expressed their concerns over the immediate consequences of the ongoing China-US trade tensions. Product-wise, most industry players anticipated that LED and green lighting would have the greatest market potential in 2020. More
Despite creeping concern over the likelihood of a global economic slowdown, the leisure travel sector keeps forging ahead, much to the relief of delegates at this year’s ITB Asia event, the region's annual showcase for the travel trade.
From 25 November through 1 December 2019, members of the U.S. Congress did not introduce and/or approve any international trade-related bills that may have an impact on Hong Kong or mainland China. More
HKTDC conducted face-to-face interviews with 501 buyers and 338 exhibitors attending the Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair 2019. The survey results show that the industry is more hopeful about the market outlook for the next 12 months, as they are confident about the potential of smart watches in driving sales and the product development strategy of “going smart” as a trump card amid a slowing global economy in the year ahead. More