Demand for virus containment products and relatively short lockdown were good news for the 5th China (Guangzhou) International Cross‑border E‑commerce & Goods Expo.
16 September 2020
With Mainland China one of the few economies to resume anything like a normal expo programme, the 5th China (Guangzhou) International Cross-border E-commerce & Goods Expo (ICEE) took place at the Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center Expo in late July. More
Hong Kong architects are leveraging technology to scale new heights, with a recent design ranking as the world’s seventh highest building and China’s third tallest, as well as winning a string of accolades. More
As Russian consumers demonstrate a preference for online-sourced news and entertainment, sales of smart TVs are surging nationwide.
19 August 2020
Demand for smart televisions and related devices continues to surge across Russia, a development spurred both by a growing preference for online‑sourced news and entertainment as well as the country’s stay‑at‑home‑related COVID-19 containment policies. More
The Hong Kong-Australia Free Trade and Investment Agreement has proven a success, delivering a particular boost to the e-commerce sector.
05 August 2020
Given the economic, social, scientific and political issues that continue to dominate news agendas it is perhaps no surprise that the six‑month anniversary of the implementation of the Hong Kong Australia Free Trade and Investment Agreement has largely gone unacknowledged. More
A new forward-looking sentiment tracker shows that businesses in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area expect better prospects for the third quarter.
24 July 2020
Standard Chartered and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) have released the inaugural Standard Chartered GBA Business Confidence Index, the first forward-looking quarterly survey in the market that looks at business sentiment and synergistic effects across cities and industries in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. More
The Southeast Asian bloc has overtaken the European Union as Mainland China’s No1 trading partner.
22 July 2020
Rapid economic growth and changes in global trade patterns have boosted trade between Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) members and Mainland China to such an extent that ASEAN is now the mainland’s largest trading partner. More