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Unlimited Potential Webcast
Connected living is the next frontier in today’s digital society.
26 Oct 2016
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Tax Cuts Benefit Corporate Treasuries
New tax rules, introduced in June, make Hong Kong more attractive for multinational corporations and Chinese mainland enterprises to set up headquarters and treasury functions in the city.
19 Oct 2016
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Investing in Africa's Renewable Energy Sector
Africa desperately needs more electricity, with economic projections indicating rapid growth for many of its constituent nations.
11 Oct 2016
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Connector to Cambodia’s Opening Trade Window Podcast
Cambodia is determined to ascend the regional trade value chain by, among other things, leveraging on Hong Kong’s advantages.
5 Oct 2016
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Stability Amid Uncertainty
The latest G20 meeting held in Hangzhou, China, in September, failed to find concrete solutions to jumpstart global growth.
27 Sept 2016
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Asian Design Shines at CENTRESTAGE Webcast
Fashion is a US$1.2 trillion business, and Asia represents an increasing chunk of the industry both from the consumer and design end.
20 Sept 2016
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Building Architectural Muscle
Architects from around the world have been drawn to participate in the making of a role-model modern metropolis that is Hong Kong.
13 Sept 2016
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ASEAN Belt and Road Connector Webcast
Opportunities are emerging for ASEAN-related projects, worth an estimated US$800 billion a year, under China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
7 Sept 2016
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Driving e-Commerce Opportunities
With more than three billion searches on Google and two billion views on YouTube each day, it’s inevitable that businesses, including SMEs, need to set up a credible online presence that offers convenient e-payment solutions and reliable delivery service.
30 Aug 2016
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Innovation City
Private companies, institutions and government organisations are walking the talk when it comes to developing Hong Kong as an innovation hub of Asia-Pacific.
24 Aug 2016
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Brexit-hit Poland Looks East
With the wider implications of the United Kingdom's decision to quit the European Union still reverberating around the region, concern is growing in Poland that it will be among the countries hardest hit by the move.
18 Aug 2016
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Harnessing the Power of IoT
The growing ubiquity of the Internet of Things (IoT) is fueling strong interest from telecommunications companies (telcos) to look at data analytics as a source of new revenue streams.
15 Aug 2016
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Halal Food Partner
With the Belt and Road Initiative poised to transform market access across Asia, potential partnerships with African companies are opening as they seek to target Asian consumers.
4 Aug 2016
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Clear Growth Potential
The annual turnover of the Vietnamese cosmetics market is around US$704 million, according to figures from New York-based market research giant Nielsen.
27 July 2016
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Data Uptick
The market for data-centre services is expanding in the Asia-Pacific region, with the industry worth more than US$14 billion in 2015, according to market research firm Frost & Sullivan.
19 July 2016
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Hong Kong Excels in University Report Card
The newly released 2016 report by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a London-headquartered global higher education analyst, finds that Hong Kong universities have “entrenched their position among the region’s finest.”
12 July 2016
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Test of Time
Trace the passage of goods through their supply chains and, invariably, there will be a process or component that has origins on the Chinese mainland.
5 July 2016
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Hong Kong Regains Competitiveness Crown Webcast
Hong Kong has been crowned the world’s most competitive economy, unseating the three-year incumbent United States, according to the Institute for Management Development (IMD) World Competitiveness Center, a research group of Swiss-based IMD business school.
28 June 2016
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Forging Ahead Amid Trade Headwinds Podcast
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.
22 June 2016
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Rising to the Challenge
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.
20 June 2016
 
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