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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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Public Health Response Plan Activated

Hong Kong health authorities continue to monitor developments regarding the emergence of an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus. A dedicated webpage has been set up to provide relevant information and health advice. Details here.

Public Health Response Plan Activated
   
Financial Secretary uses budget to promote economic diversification, boost pillar industries and foster talent

The Financial Secretary, Mr. Paul Chan, in his 2020-21 Budget, announced a wide range of measures to help Hong Kong tackle the current economic difficulties and to strengthen Hong Kong’s pillar industries while identifying new growth engines among emerging sectors. Details here.

Financial Secretary uses budget to promote economic diversification, boost pillar industries and foster talent
   

Bloomberg

The Strategic Logistics Hub in the Heart of Asia

Strategically located in the heart of Asia, Hong Kong has long served as the premier hub of professional capabilities for Mainland China and Asia Pacific as a whole.

Home to one of the most services-orientated economies in the world, Hong Kong has a full range of business services to support the growth of all economic sectors from legal to technology and innovation, making up over 93% of GDP. Over the past several decades, it has developed unparalleled talent across a range of business needs. This is especially true for the logistics and transport sectors, unsurprising given that Hong Kong’s air cargo and container ports are among the busiest in the world. Details here.

The Strategic Logistics Hub in the Heart of Asia
   

The Economist

Hong Kong: Asia’s Green Finance Hub

We spoke to experts from the private and public sectors in both Asia and Hong Kong on how Hong Kong is developing a green finance ecosystem and hub.

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Hong Kong: Asia’s Green Finance Hub
   
Gov't rejects credit rating

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government expressed deep disappointment with Moody's Investors Service’s decision to downgrade Hong Kong's credit rating.

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Gov't rejects credit rating
   
HK financial market stable

Financial Secretary Paul Chan
The challenges, for Hong Kong, are as much local as they are global. I know many of you are concerned about the recent social unrest here in Hong Kong, about whether it is affecting our financial market and whether there has been outflow of funds.

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HK financial market stable
   
Gov’t strongly opposes US report

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government reiterated that foreign governments should not interfere in the city’s internal affairs.

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Gov’t strongly opposes US report
   
IMF acknowledges Hong Kong's robust policy frameworks and ample buffers for addressing economic challenges and safeguarding financial stability

Financial Secretary Paul Chan hailed the International Monetary Fund's latest report which acknowledges Hong Kong’s robust policy frameworks and buffers for addressing economic challenges and safeguarding financial stability.

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IMF acknowledges Hong Kong's robust policy frameworks and ample buffers for addressing economic challenges and safeguarding financial stability
   

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