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Commitment to medical research
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The HKSAR Government is committed to supporting research on a wide spectrum of health issues with a view to safeguarding public health and curing diseases. Speaking at the HKU-Pasteur Research Pole 20th Anniversary Opening Symposium (Oct 21), Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the tripartite partnership with academia and industry will create an open platform for multi-sectoral collaboration […]

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Key Economic Indicators
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Overall consumer prices in September fell 2.2% year-on-year, larger than the corresponding decrease of 0.4% in August. The increase was mainly due to the rising cost for meals bought away from home and the upward adjustment in public housing rentals. Looking ahead, overall inflationary pressures should stay mild in the rest of the year as global and […]

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Economy/Special Relief Measures
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  Adopting an expansionary fiscal stance, Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary Paul Chan announced a wide range of measures on February 26, 2020 to stimulate the economy and to tackle the current economic challenges by making optimal use of the fiscal reserves in his 2020-21 Budget.   Hong Kong’s economy contracted by 1.2% in 2019, and […]

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International Financial Center
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  The Financial Secretary also set out a series of proposals to fortify the city’s competitiveness as an international financial center. Over the next five years, the Government will issue green bonds totaling US$8.5 billion (HK$66 billion). We will also continue to issue inflation-linked retail bonds and Silver Bonds, totaling at least US$1.6 billion (HK$13 […]

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Innovation & Technology
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Recognizing that Innovation and Technology is an important growth engine for future economic development, the Government is also supporting a series of measures in this aspect, including the exploration of the development of a third InnoHK research cluster. The Financial Secretary has also earmarked US$385 million (HK$3 billion) to take forward Phase 2 of the […]

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Anti-epidemic funding welcomed
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  Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, Mrs Carrie Lam, welcomed the passage of the funding application for the Anti-epidemic Fund by the Legislative Council (LegCo) Finance Committee (Feb 21). Mrs Lam conveyed her heartfelt thanks to LegCo Members for their support and approval of the funding application for the HK$30 billion (US$3.8 billion) Anti-epidemic Fund to […]

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Hong Kong fashion shines in New York
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  Hong Kong’s vibrant fashion and style took to the runway at New York Fashion Week (Feb 6), presenting 36 unique creations by three leading Hong Kong fashion brands – Harrison Wong, Heaven Please+ and Sun=Sen. Aside from the Fashion Hong Kong show, industry elites and style influencers learned more about the latest in Hong […]

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Postponement of HKTDC Exhibitions in Hong Kong
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Plante Moran, PLLC
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Established in 1924 in Michigan, Plante Moran is among the largest certified public accounting and business advisory firms in the United States, offering audit, accounting, tax, investment banking, wealth management, and international business consulting services to clients around the world. Plante Moran employs over 3,500 people and has 27 offices throughout Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Colorado, […]

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The John Ellis Company
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The John Ellis Company, a boutique CPA/Consultancy firm with offices in Long Beach and Los Angeles with a subsidiary in Hong Kong, The John Ellis Company of Hong Kong LTD. We provide a wide range of consulting, accounting and tax services in two practice areas. One is to domestic and foreign small to mid-size companies. […]

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