As the second largest financial centre in Asia, Hong Kong not only has a sound legal system and regulatory framework but also adopts accounting standards which meet international requirements....
SEHK administers and enforces the requirements governing listing on the Main Board and GEM in accordance with the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited. ...
To list on HKEx, payment of an initial listing fee and an annual listing fee is required. The initial listing fee is calculated based on the monetary value of equity securities of the company to be li...
Companies seeking listing must appoint an eligible sponsor. For companies seeking listing on the Main Board, the sponsor must be a HKEx participant, an issuer, a merchant bank or other parties recogni...
Hungary is by far the largest recipient of Chinese outbound direct investment in CEE.
In 2015, Hungary was selected by the Bank of China to launch its first RMB clearing centre in Central Eastern Europe.
In 2013, Hungary was the first CEE country to sign a currency swap agreement with the People’s Bank of China.
Hungary is the first European country to sign a memorandum of understanding on BRI co-operation with the Chinese mainland.
China National Tourism Administration opened its first CEE tourism office in Budapest in 2016.
China’s leading electric automaker BYD opened its first fully-owned bus plant in Europe in the northern Hungarian town of Komarom.
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