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Smart City Blueprint
Creating a Start-up Ecosystem
Making Connections Count
In an article published in The Economist, Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of Hong Kong, says the territory must not turn its back on an open economy
SPOTLIGHT: IMAGES OF HONG KONG
"Homo Ex Data: The Natural of the Artificial" exhibition features Red Dot award-winning innovations
Revving up for the 2017 FIA Formula E HKT Hong Kong ePrix at the Central Harbourfront
The "World of Tintin" presented by the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Foundation and the Hergé Museum
Clockenflap, Hong Kong's biggest music and arts festival, celebrated its 10th anniversary
LATEST FROM HONG KONG
CE Attends APEC 2017 Economic Leaders' Meeting
The Chief Executive discussed with leaders at the APEC 2017 Economic Leaders’ Meeting how to consolidate and sustain economic growth, address challenges brought by technology and ensure inclusive development.
IMF Commends Hong Kong's Robust Policy Frameworks
An IMF staff mission commended Hong Kong navigating challenges given its buffers and policy frameworks including ample fiscal reserves, strong financial regulatory and supervisory frameworks, and the LERS.
Hong Kong Supports Trade and Investment Liberalization
Hong Kong bears testimony to the benefits of trade and investment liberalization and has faith that increasing interaction among economies will promote growth
Hong Kong and ASEAN Sign FTA and Investment Agreement
The agreements will bring about legal certainty and market access for the trade in goods and services as well as investment protection.
Hong Kong-Singapore Launch Project on Cross-Border Trade and Trade Finance Platform
The monetary authorities of Hong Kong and Singapore exchanged a MoU to develop cross-border infrastructure based on distributed ledger technology to digitalize trade and trade finance.
Hong Kong Students Rank Among the World's Best in Collaborative Problem Solving
Hong Kong students' performance in collaborative problem solving ranks among the world's best according to the Programme for International Student Assessment 2015.
Under Hong Kong's Neon Lights
Hong Kong's fading neon signs are sparking a collective celebration of the city's iconic scene.
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