HSBC and HKTDC are helping Hong Kong enterprises take advantage of their position at the hub between these two fast-growing regions.
08 June 2022
Mainland China, the second-largest economy in the world, continues to draw strong market interest, especially in relation to the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA).More
A new report shows the city to be an ideal platform for satisfying two-way funding needs.
31 May 2022
Southeast Asian companies seeking to broaden their investor base are increasingly looking to list on offshore exchanges – and global financial hub Hong Kong ticks all the boxes in terms of their needs.More
As jewellery-makers bring their production back to Hong Kong or other locations, business is booming for equipment providers.
27 May 2022
Geopolitical changes and the COVID-19 pandemic have drawn many manufacturers back to Hong Kong or led them to diversify risk by setting up production lines in other parts of Asia. This trend has boosted demand for supplies of production equipment.More
A Peruvian entrepreneur is seeking to develop two-way trade between Mainland China and South America through Hong Kong.
19 May 2022
From the massive rainforests of the Amazon basin to the windblown Tierra del Fuego and icy heights of the Andes, and spanning the 11,000 kilometres between Tijuana and Ushuaia, Latin America presents a massive and diverse market.More
Farmers and craftsmen in northern Honshu offer a bounty of quality produce that presents opportunities for Hong Kong SMEs.
13 May 2022
Tohoku, the northern region of Honshu Island, is a rich source of food, beverages and crafts. Producers in the region are eager to explore overseas markets, and bringing the products to Hong Kong consumers is creating opportunities for the city’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).More
A shortage of key resources resulting from the Russia-Ukraine war is pushing up costs in the world’s leading semiconductor producer.
11 May 2022
Although neither Russia nor Ukraine number among Taiwan’s leading trading partners, the European conflict has already dealt a blow to the territory’s economy. The conflict is likely to contribute to a rise in inflation, which is now expected to exceed 2% this year.More