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The Greater Bay Area: Highlighting the Strengths of Hong Kong’s Legal Sector

5 June 2019

In the first of HKTDC Research’s series on Hong Kong’s contributions to the unfolding Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, Tatman R. Savio, a partner of US law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Fe...Read More


Prospering in a Time of Trade Tension: How to Ensure Your Business is Not a Trade War Casualty

7 May 2019

Even should a trade deal be agreed, some – if not all – of the 301 US-imposed tariffs on Chinese imports could remain in place for a “substantial period of time”. In light of this and in order to avoi...Read More


CFIUS Reform and its Likely Impact on Inward-Bound US Investment

19 Dec 2018

The Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA) has been recently signed into law, the first update to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) regime in more than a decade....Read More


A Blessing in Disguise: A Game Theory Analysis of the US-China Trade Dispute

23 Nov 2018

The growth in world trade would have reached a decade high in 2018 had it not been for the trade war with China instigated by Donald Trump. A huge number of businesses engaged in US-China trade are su...Read More


From NAFTA to “NAFTA 2.0”

2 Nov 2018

While the North American free trade area will remain essentially intact under the new USMCA deal that will replace the 24-year-old NAFTA, products will generally face more demanding compliance require...Read More


Surviving the Sino-US Trade Dispute: Recommended Strategies video

6 July 2018

With the US ramping up trade tensions not just with mainland China, long seen as its prime adversary, but also with many of its closest allies, the export environment has seldom seemed so forbidding. ...Read More


Hong Kong’s Changing Status and Future Prospects (2): The Singapore Growth Myth

14 June 2018

Over the past 20 years, while Hong Kong and Singapore have both demonstrated particular economic strengths, there has been a considerable gap in their comparative growth rates. The differences in the ...Read More


Hong Kong’s Changing Status and Future Prospects (1): Marginalisation or Normalisation?

11 June 2018

The economic gap between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland has substantially narrowed over the two decades since the return of Hong Kong’s sovereignty. In some sectors, Hong Kong’s national standing ...Read More


Hong Kong and the Mainland: An Evolving Interdependency

23 May 2018

Forty years after China adopted its opening-up policy and 20 years after the handover, many believe that the importance of Hong Kong to the mainland has dwindled, while Hong Kong’s dependence on the m...Read More


The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area and Hong Kong

24 Jan 2018

A statistical evaluation of the world’s major bay areas shows that the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area is set to out-perform all of these in a number of key respects. Assuming that all of the areas...Read More


Certification: The Key to Accessing ASEAN’s Halal Market video

15 Nov 2016

Today, the term "halal" refers to far more than just food that Muslims can consume in strict accordance with Islamic law. It also represents a substantial global business sector. With the global Musli...Read More


Receivable Management in ASEAN Markets video

9 Nov 2016

Companies have shown an increased interest in ASEAN markets in recent years but have to face the risk of bad debts. In order not to forego the chance of opening up ASEAN markets because of the entaili...Read More


Protecting Trademarks and Patents Across the ASEAN Bloc video

31 Oct 2016

The establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community has ushered in the dawn of a single 630-million strong consumer market. However, this will also bring unprecedented levels of competition. All busines...Read More


Hanjin Shipping Bankruptcy Case: The Lessons to be Learnt by Traders

12 Oct 2016

The Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy case has caused billions of dollars’ worth of goods stranded at sea or at port terminals. The chaos to date will possibly be resolved in due course, but the case has ex...Read More


Kazakhstan Welcomes China’s Belt and Road Initiative podcast

20 April 2016

Professor Rafis Abazov from Kazakhstan believes China’s Belt and Road Initiative will reshape regional collaboration in Central Asia. In view of the current economic and political situation in Central...Read More


Clockenflap: Building the Dream and Exporting the Brand podcast

26 Feb 2016

Eight years ago, Clockenflap was a small gathering of music and art lovers. Now the festival is one of the major events on the Hong Kong cultural calendar. Martin Haigh, Chief Sales Officer of Magneti...Read More


Clockenflap: Turning Cultural Collateral into an International Event podcast

2 Feb 2016

Eight years ago, Clockenflap was a small gathering of music and art lovers. Now the festival is one of the major events on the Hong Kong cultural calendar, with plans to export the formula abroad. Mar...Read More


The Rewards and Challenges of the Southeast Asia E-Commerce Market video

29 Dec 2015

Although vast, the Southeast Asia e-commerce market has distinct logistics and payment challenges. Aimone Ripa di Meana, Lazada Crossborder's Chief Executive, outlines his company's initiatives in thi...Read More


Sustainability in the Wood and Paper Supply Chain podcast

9 Dec 2015

In the face of ever more frequent and severe extreme weather events around the world, businesses and consumers have become increasingly aware of green issues. As environmentally-friendly consumerism g...Read More


What Can Lazada Deliver for Hong Kong Suppliers?

2 Dec 2015

Lazada sees itself as the online gateway to Southeast Asia, but what exactly does this entail for businesses in Hong Kong? Aimone Ripa di Meana, Lazada Crossborder's Chief Executive, explains the comp...Read More

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