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Established in 1986, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco represents the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) Government in the western part of the United States. We seek to strengthen and broaden Hong Kong’s economic relations with the 19 western states, by enhancing understanding of the SAR’s free trade policy and its unique advantages as the two-way platform for overseas companies to access the China market and for Chinese companies to go global.



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Hong Kong Cinema

July 12-14

The ninth annual Hong Kong Cinema series will be held July 12–14 at New People Cinema (1746 Post Street) and the Roxie Theater (3117 16th Street). The series is presented by SFFILM in association with Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco.

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Hong Kong Cinema
   
HK ranked as world's second most competitive economy

Hong Kong was again ranked the second most competitive economy by the International Institute for Management Development in its World Competitiveness Yearbook 2019.

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HK ranked as world's second most competitive economy
   
HK a biotech center

Chief Executive Carrie Lam
Hong Kong is now the world's second largest funding hub for biotech. I naturally hope to see one day we will become the world's number one. Hong Kong was ranked the world's freest economy by the Heritage Foundation and the Fraser Institute for many years, and more recently, Hong Kong took the global first position in terms of economic openness assessed by the Legatum Institute in its inaugural index.

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HK a biotech center
   

Textile past spins future fashion

Tsuen Wan, once one of Hong Kong’s industrial hubs is undergoing a transformation into an innovation and cultural center thanks to The Mills. Besides the Centre for Heritage, Arts & Textile or CHAT, The Mills houses Fabrica, a business incubator and springboard for techstyle startups.

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Textile past spins future fashion
   
CE objects to asylum move

Chief Executive Carrie Lam told Germany's Acting Consul General in Hong Kong David Schmidt that she strongly objects to, and deeply regrets, the granting of asylum to two Hong Kong residents who jumped bail.

The two jumped bail to flee the city while awaiting trial on serious charges.

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CE objects to asylum move
   
New Facebook office in Hong Kong

First of all, this expansion is more than a physical expansion. It is a vote of confidence in Hong Kong's future, for which we are most appreciative, point number one.

You set a shining example for others as well, not only in investment but also in how you really look after your employees.

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HKETO SF supports Hong Kong films and talents

“Spotlight on Hong Kong Cinema: Women on the Rise" is one of the special presentations at CAAMFest 37, which runs from May 9 to 19 in the San Francisco and Oakland area. "Still Human" and "The Last Stitch" are included in the Spotlight, and the festival is also featuring three female Hong Kong filmmakers, namely "Still Human" director Oliver Chan, "Still Human" actress Crisel Consunji and "The Last Stitch" producer Ruby Yang.

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HKETO SF supports Hong Kong films and talents
   
HK a culinary paradise

Financial Secretary Paul Chan
This is the 32nd year since the debut of HOFEX. And this fair's ever-expanding scale in exhibitors, exhibition space and halls, as well as countries participating, amply demonstrates the growing popularity and international recognition that HOFEX has realised over the years.

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HK a culinary paradise
   

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