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  • China’s president Xi in landmark visit to Hong Kong

    CHINA, 2017/07/01 President Xi Jinping arrives in Hong Kong on Thursday to mark 20 years since it was handed back to China by Britain, with leading democracy activists by presently in police custody next a turmoil in the politically divided city. The three-day visit is Xi’s initial since becoming leader in 2013 and comes at a time at the same time as there are growing fears that Beijing is threatening semi-autonomous Hong Kong’s freedoms.
  • HK chief executive, Indian FM exchange views on mutual concern issues

    INDIA, 2015/09/30 The chief executive of Hong Kong Appropriate Administrative Region, Leung Chun-ying, Monday met the visiting the finance minister of India, Arun Jaitley, at the chief executive's office to exchange views on issues of mutual concern. Leung said that Hong Kong, as an international financial and trade center, is an excellent gateway for Indian enterprises to enter the market in the China's mainland. He encouraged additional Indian enterprises to set up business in Hong Kong to leverage on the city's dual advantages of "one country" and "two systems" and its role as "super-connector" to open up additional business opportunities.
  • Singapore, Hong Kong Top World Bank's Doing Business List

    HONG KONG, 2013/10/30 Singapore and Hong Kong are the majority business-friendly places in the world, according to a inventory published by the World Bank on Tuesday. The 'Doing Business Inventory', that contains world's ten most business-friendly places, rates Rwanda, the Russian Federation and the Philippines part the nations which made the major strides in business regulatory reforms. The inventory is compiled next an annual survey of 189 economies. The survey as well found that the gap between the best and worst performers in the survey was narrowing as nations fostered entrepreneurship and trade. Georgia and Malaysia were part the ten most business-friendly places apart from eight high-gain economies.