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Business Opportunities for Hong Kong in ASEAN Infrastructure Development (Executive Summary)

19 Sept 2017

Some US$210 billion a year will be needed for infrastructure development in ASEAN from 2016 to 2030. Hong Kong and its infrastructure and real estate services companies are well-positioned to particip...Read More

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Global Production Strategy: Midea Group

7 Sept 2017

The intense competition facing the global home appliance market has prompted Midea Group to speed up its transformation and upgrade process. The Group has strengthened its scientific research and inno...Read More

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Enhancing Product Value: Modern Precision Dental Instruments Co Ltd

4 Sept 2017

In upgrading and transforming themselves, many companies try to boost competitiveness through various means, including R&D in technology, product design and branding. In seeking to carve out more mark...Read More

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Market Benefit-Led Investment Strategy: Keda Clean Energy Co Ltd

1 Sept 2017

Many enterprises on the mainland have been formulating their international business plans and further exploring market opportunities arising from the Belt and Road. But outbound investment should not ...Read More

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Industrial Upgrading and Cost Consideration: PEAK Corporation of Foshan City

28 Aug 2017

Amid fierce market competition and rising costs, some enterprises on the Chinese mainland are considering relocating their production to regions offering lower costs. But a large number of enterprises...Read More

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Synergy Effect of Regional Production: Luen Thai Holdings Limited

24 Aug 2017

Many companies on the mainland shift their manufacturing business to Southeast Asia to meet the challenges of rising production cost. Luen Thai Holdings Limited points out that in order to improve the...Read More

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Precision Production Planning Based on Regional Supply Chain: Artesyn Technologies Asia-Pacific Limited

21 Aug 2017

Artesyn Technologies, which is engaged in the manufacturing of IT products and power supplies, has stepped up to upgrade its production plants in China, while reinforcing its R&D capability. The compa...Read More

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The Future of HK-EU Co-operation

18 Aug 2017

The EU is Hong Kong’s third largest trading partner after China and ASEAN. A rosier economic environment and the development of a more liberal trading regime in the EU are crucial for the future of HK...Read More

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Europe’s Elections: Indications of a Positive Trade Outcome

15 Aug 2017

Euroscepticism has been concerning the EU even before the UK voted to leave the bloc in June 2016. However, the failure of anti-EU nationalist movements to win power in the Netherlands and France, and...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Go-to-market

10 Aug 2017

Start-ups often view going international as a way to increase sales and lower production cost. However, they soon find out that each international market is unique and most of the time customers do no...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Commercialisation

7 Aug 2017

Start-ups usually face a few common challenges during the commercialisation process. Many founders are engineers and scientists who are generally not close to the market and with little commercial exp...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Access to Talent

3 Aug 2017

Access to talent is one of the main challenges facing Hong Kong start-ups , due to their limited resources and Hong Kong’s dependence on the real estate and financial sectors. While tech start-ups may...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Access to Funding

31 July 2017

Lack of funding is a major constraint limiting the pool of potential entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. Start-ups find it hard to gain access to early stage capital as conventional venture capital firms and ...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: Disrupting the Traditional Industries

27 July 2017

Start-ups constantly create new business models to disrupt existing industries. In Hong Kong, a group of logistics professionals have founded a logistics platform connecting shippers, trucking compani...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: Mass Customisation and Personalisation

24 July 2017

While consumers increasingly look for personalised products, a new generation of businesses is developing the capacity to modify mass-market goods to satisfy specific customers’ need by adopting new t...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: The End of Industry Boundaries

21 July 2017

One major characteristic of the new generation of businesses is the blurring of industry boundaries. Start-ups generally do not produce or sell just one specific standard product, but rather offer a t...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: The Healthcare Sector

17 July 2017

With aging population, growing medical and healthcare demands are expected in the next decades. The trend has encouraged the use of biotechnology applications for better human health and living. Some ...Read More

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The Czech Republic: A Belt and Road Link in CEE podcast

14 July 2017

Over the last few years, the Czech Republic has increasingly become a crucial Belt and Road link. It boasts one of the best flight connections between CEECs and the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, whi...Read More

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Value-chain Development Among Hong Kong Exporters: The HKTDC Trade Survey

11 July 2017

In order to understand how Hong Kong exporters respond to rising challenges in recent years, especially strategies regarding manufacturing, design and branding, HKTDC Research has recently conducted a...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: Hard-core Technology

10 July 2017

In Hong Kong, there is an apparent rise in enthusiastic attempts in academia to commercialise scientific and technological research results. For instance, Oper Technology has developed an effective st...Read More

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