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Hong Kong shows tech spurs
A well-established technology and innovation hub, Hong Kong is making strides in a range of fast-developing sectors such as healthtech and green technologies apart from being a major exporter of electronic products.
28 Oct 2021
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Giant greenfield market in Central Asia
Along with shoppers in many countries, consumers in Kazakhstan – the largest economy in Central Asia – abruptly shifted online during the COVID-19 pandemic as social-distancing restrictions limited options for physical shopping.
20 Oct 2021
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Bright future for ‘can do’ city
Delivering her annual Policy Address for 2021, themed “Building a Bright Future Together”, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Carrie Lam underlined Hong Kong’s role as a gateway between the rapidly digitising Mainland China and the world.
7 Oct 2021
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Dynamic economies adapt to challenges
Vibrant Asian economies have long been known for their adaptability, switching focus rapidly when circumstances change. Hong Kong and Thailand are fine examples of flexible economies and businesses in both have moved rapidly to adjust to the new circumstances brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. What is more, their trade promotion bodies put a premium on bilateral collaboration.
23 Sept 2021
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Hong Kong fintech prospects beckon Korea
As financial technology (fintech) grows and matures, this creates fertile ground for cooperation between vibrant, tech-savvy economies such as Hong Kong and Korea.
16 Sept 2021
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Opportunity beckons on Thai corridor and Greater Bay Area
A year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, many small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in Asia have adapted to the environment and are preparing to capitalise on the recovery of the global economy.
9 Sept 2021
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Loaves to lager
Waste not want not is sound advice that has been handed down from grandmothers for countless generations, but modern logistics and supply chains mean perishable items such as bread often end up in landfills.
2 Sept 2021
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Nimble biotech firms take up challenge
Hong Kong’s success in keeping the COVID-19 pandemic in check has often been attributed to several factors, including the city’s experience as the epicentre of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003.
12 Aug 2021
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Pole position for e-commerce
One of the largest economies in Central Europe in terms of population, physical size and output, Poland presents attractive prospects to exporters, particularly in e-commerce.
4 Aug 2021
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Read, play, eat
Big-tent exhibitions have staged a spectacular comeback in Hong Kong as one of the city’s flagship events, the HKTDC Hong Kong Book Fair, drew more than 830,000 visitors, near the one million-plus total achieved in recent years before the outbreak of COVID-19.
22 July 2021
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Americans turn to cybermalls
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended economic activity across the globe over the past one and a half years, but one obvious beneficiary has been e-commerce which has grown in leaps and bounds as customers stay away from shops and restaurants. This change has been marked in the United States, home of the shopping mall.
15 July 2021
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Start-ups reach out
The serial information technology revolutions – transistors (1950s), integrated circuits (1960s), personal computers (1970s, 80s), Internet (1990s) and mobile devices (2010s) – had a profound effect on the global economy because of their breadth. The jump in communication, data processing and storage capacity transformed every field from accounting to zoology.
2 July 2021
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Exports bounce back
Hong Kong’s export outlook has greatly improved since the acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, according the latest indicators announced by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council.
24 June 2021
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Fresh greens take to cyberspace
The COVID-19 pandemic shook up the global consumption model, accelerating the already rapid shift to e-commerce. Products meeting demand from the abruptly expanded stay-at-home population – including fresh food, vegetables and fruits – have enjoyed strong sales.
10 June 2021
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Northern giant goes shopping
The biggest country in both Europe and Asia, Russia is recovering following a sharp recession induced by the COVID-19 pandemic last year, giving Hong Kong-based exporters attractive opportunities.
3 June 2021
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Chatty robot walks the talk abroad
Many children learning English as a foreign language grow up in households where there are no English speakers, and lose out on the chance to learn through conversation.
27 May 2021
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Oceans of data
Marine researchers the world over now have a reliable solution for capturing and analysing data from beneath the sea – thanks to an innovation developed and produced by four Hong Kong technology entrepreneurs.
12 May 2021
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Vietnam improves global reach
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are accelerating campaigns to upgrade brands, transform e-commerce systems and develop new production and supply chains to ensure they remain viable as long-term businesses.
29 April 2021
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T-box highway to ASEAN
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are accelerating campaigns to upgrade brands, transform e-commerce systems and develop new production and supply chains to ensure they remain viable as long-term businesses.
22 April 2021
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Vaccine unleashes HK bulls
As COVID-19 vaccine roll-outs boost recovery hopes at home and abroad, investors see improving prospects for Hong Kong and other cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA).
15 April 2021
 
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