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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
   

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
   

The Economist

The ‘game changer’ for Hong Kong arbitration

Hong Kong has always been Asia’s preferred arbitral center. Now, its role for arbitrating China-related disputes has been strengthened with the provision of effectual procedural tools in mainland Chinese courts.

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The Economist
   
SFETO presents Cantonese opera performances in San Francisco

Renowned Cantonese opera artists and musicians from Hong Kong collaborated with the San Francisco-based Duen Fung Ming Chinese Opera troupe to give three performances in San Francisco. The charity performances presented by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco (SFETO), benefited seniors served by Self-Help for the Elderly, a San Francisco-based non-profit organization.

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SFETO presents Cantonese opera performances in San Francisco
   

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