Market News | Hong Kong Electronics (Autumn Edition)

Dec 2022

The latest details of expo, tradeshow and conference arrangements and re-arrangements in other mainland cities.

Dec 2022

The latest details of expo, tradeshow and conference arrangements and re-arrangements across mainland China.

Dec 2022

The latest details of expo, tradeshow and conference arrangements and re-arrangements throughout the 10-country ASEAN bloc...

Dec 2022

The latest details of expo, tradeshow and conference arrangements and re-arrangements in the Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions.

Nov 2022

On 14 November 2022, the UK Government announced that it is extending the continued recognition of the CE marking to all businesses selling their products on the Great Britain (GB) market. Such recognition will remain until the end of 2024.

Nov 2022

A proposal currently under consideration would reclassify certain wireless stereo headphone sets featuring Bluetooth technology as headphones under HTSUS 8518.30.20 rather than as wired/wireless communication apparatus under HTSUS 8517.62.0050. While the regular MFN duty rate for this product would remain unchanged at zero, if this change is finalised the product would no longer be subject to existing Section 301 tariffs on imports from mainland China.

Nov 2022

The DOE has adopted or is considering separate rulemakings affecting direct expansion-dedicated outdoor air systems, automatic commercial ice makers and consumer furnace fans.

Nov 2022

A senior U.S. official said recently that the United States anticipates imposing additional controls on exports to mainland China and Hong Kong and is working to convince other countries to follow its lead.

Oct 2022

The DOE has adopted separate rulemakings affecting electric motors, multi-split air conditioners and heat pumps, and central ACs and heat pumps.

Oct 2022

The European Parliament, the Council of Member States and the European Commission are currently in the process of negotiating the final text of the EU Batteries Regulation, which is intended to progressively introduce requirements to promote the sustainability throughout the life cycle of batteries. However, disagreement over the legal basis for the Batteries Regulation has led to delays in the adoption of the text, according to a report published by ENDS Europe.

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