Market News | HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition)

Aug 2022

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

Aug 2022

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

Aug 2022

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

Aug 2022

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

Aug 2022

On 14 July, the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) released rules for random sampling inspections of printers, gas appliances and liquefied petroleum gas cylinders with pressure regulators. All local governments are required to use these rules for reference in their sampling inspections. The rules also specify the sampling methods for these three types of products.

Aug 2022

Covid-related lockdowns have forced millions to work and play at home, bringing residential connectivity into sharp focus. Combined with the proliferation of IoT smart devices, wi-fi has struggled to keep up according to the experts at the Connections smart home online event.

Aug 2022

In a joint letter released in July 2022, a group of European battery industry associations asserted their belief that a hazard classification made by the Risk Assessment Committee (RAC) of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) of certain lithium substances would have major and unjustified impacts on Europe’s industrial goals for batteries.

Aug 2022

The U.S. Department of Energy is seeking public input on separate rulemakings affecting air cleaners, water heaters, fans and blowers, water heaters, outdoor air systems, and unitary air conditioners and heat pumps, as well as the certification and reporting provisions for various products.

Aug 2022

The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public input through 26 September on proposed amendments to the trade regulation rule relating to power output claims for amplifiers utilised in home entertainment products.

Aug 2022

The U.S. Congress approved legislation on 28 July that provides US$54 billion in five-year grants for semiconductor manufacturing and research as well as 5G wireless deployment and a 25 percent tax credit for investments in semiconductor manufacturing facilities through 2026. As expected, the so-called CHIPS Act of 2022 does not include a number of trade provisions aimed specifically at mainland China.

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