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Springboard to Asia
Southeast Asia is a potential new market for Messe Frankfurt to extend its footprint in Asia, where it has been present for nearly 30 years.
Economists' Pick 21 Sept 2016
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Premium Products Prized at Paper Show
Premium products are popular among Chinese mainland consumers, a trend reflected at last July’s Guangzhou Stationery Fair, where visitors were also drawn to multi-functional products.
Economists' Pick 26 Aug 2016
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Premium Stationery Products Win Out Against Digital Competitors
With digital products all the rage, it was refreshing to see upmarket traditional paper-based items stealing the show at this year's Guangzhou Stationery Fair, while multi-function items also found considerable favour among many mainlanders.
Economists' Pick 21 July 2016
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Many Happy Returns: Is the Greetings Card Industry Back in Business?
While many have seen Facebook, in particular, as the Nemesis of the posted greetings card industry, a number of exhibitors at New York's National Stationery Show credited social media with giving the sector a whole new lease of life.
Economists' Pick 12 July 2016
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Argentina Suspends Certificate of Conformity Requirement for School Articles, Amends Import Licencing Requirements
The Argentinean government has rescinded a December 2015 regulation that would have required effective from 1 June a range of school articles sold in Argentina to be accompanied by a certificate attesting compliance with all applicable safety requirements.
Economists' Pick 17 June 2016
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Stationery Industry in Hong Kong
Hong Kong's stationery manufacturers can offer a wide range of products, including paper stationery, plastics office/school supplies, writing ink, writing utensils, staples, crayons, letter openers, pencil cases, chalk boards, memo boxes, file rings, push pins and adhesives.
HK Economy 28 Jan 2016
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Pen and Paper
While smartphones and tablets are ubiquitous, digital devices are not always the most convenient means of taking notes or organising your day.
Economists' Pick 28 Dec 2015
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Hong Kong International Stationery Fair
The event offers a range of the latest stationery and back-to-school items, including artist’s supplies, children’s stationery, office equipment, educational systems, gift stationery and writing instruments.
Economists' Pick 21 Dec 2015
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Pen and Paper Planners Resurgent Against Digital Counterparts
Although arguably eclipsed by smartphone and tablet functions, the paper-based planner has staged something of a comeback among the mainland's young, with domestic and overseas brands now tussling for a share of the market.
Economists' Pick 13 Nov 2015
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Stationery & Office Equipment - Hong Kong Trade Associations
This page lists the contact information of Hong Kong trade associations related to stationery and office equipment.
HK Economy 29 April 2015
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Pan-Asian Presence at HK Stationery Show Underlines Sector's Ubiquity
Whiteboards from Malaysia, RFID scanning from Hong Kong, Thai binders, and mainland geometry sets all combined to showcase a truly huge volume of diversely-sourced items at this year's Hong Kong International Stationery Show.
Economists' Pick 12 Feb 2015
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Argentina Sets Criterion Values for T-shirts, Certain Slates and Boards
Argentinean authorities have a long-standing practice of setting reference/criterion values for a broad range of imported merchandise, which are purportedly aimed at preventing the under-invoicing of imports.
Economists' Pick 6 Feb 2015
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Writing and Marking Instruments - BS 7272-2:2008 + A1 (2014) Published
In April 2008, the British Standards for writing and marking instruments, BS 7272-1:2008 and BS 7272-2:2008 were published by BSI. An amendment to BS 7272-2:2008 + A1 (2014) was published in June 2014. This amends and replaces BS 7272-2:2008, which is withdrawn.
Product Industries 11 Sept 2014
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The Hong Kong export outlook for 2014: Meeting the challenges of a modest recovery
The global trade environment is poised to become more sanguine in 2014, characterised by a synchronised upturn of the major developed economies. But while Hong Kong exports should quicken, there are nagging anxieties that include a renewed global downturn, the undercurrent of protectionism and persistent geopolitical tensions, in addition to the risk of a tighter monetary stance in the US.
Economists' Pick 17 Dec 2013
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Developing China’s gift and premium market: the B.Duck experience
Sëmk is a design company that used to focus on the overseas market. As the business environment evolved, the company gradually shifted its development focus by launching its own brands and venturing into the Chinese mainland. This article tells of the experience of Eddie Hui, chief executive officer and chief designer of Sëmk, in developing the China market.
Economists' Pick 17 Dec 2013
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Snapshot: the production, sourcing and trading patterns of Hong Kong manufacturers
The Pearl River Delta region remains the primary production hub for Hong Kong companies, whether in terms of proprietary facilities or as a preferred and longstanding outsourcing location. Signs are emerging, however, of a number of businesses moving beyond its borders, and the utilisation of manufacturing facilities across several other Asian territories.
Economists' Pick 28 June 2013
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Hong Kong: an offshore success story
Deficiencies in official figures conceal the true success of Hong Kong as both a centre for offshore trade and the leading regional trading and logistics hub. With the rule book rewritten over the last 20 years, Hong Kong has effectively redefined its role in the global economy.
Economists' Pick 27 June 2013
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Green glow in a dull market
The paper, office supplies and stationery trade in the EU is not going through the best of times, but environmentally-friendly products provide the greatest promise
Economists' Pick 22 March 2013
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Four Fairs Report Increased Attendance, New Orders
Buyers, Exhibitors Expect Modest Rise in Exports this Year
11 January 2013 – The four Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) fairs held this week registered a total buyer attendance of more than 100,000. That’s up seven per cent over last year, with both buyers and exhibitors believing that exports could be up by about five per cent in value this year.
HK Economy 11 Jan 2013
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Fourth Hong Kong Stationery Award Winners Announced
Winning Entries on Display During Hong Kong International Stationery Fair
9 January 2013 – Winners of the fourth Hong Kong Stationery Award were announced last night in a ceremony at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). Winning entries ranged from a lightweight carbon hybrid conference table to a 3-D message note clip, as well as rabbit- and giraffe-shaped pens and a multi-board for organising desktops.
HK Economy 9 Jan 2013
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