Hong Kong’s US-Bound Exports to be Labeled ‘Made in China’

Goods produced in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be “marked to indicate that their origin is China”, according to a notice put out by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on August 11, 2020.

Hong Kong : no journalist in the world is free from China’s violent retribution

The new national security legislation China is imposing on Hong Kong could be used not only against journalists operating in Asia’s main financial hub, but against every journalist in the world says RSF

National security law for Hong Kong risks turning city into police state

China’s national security law for Hong Kong will put everybody in the city at risk of arbitrary detention and unfair trial unless underpinned by measures to guarantee protection of human rights, Amnesty International said today

Hong Kong economy shrinks record 8.9% in first quarter

The financial hub is now experiencing its third-straight quarter of negative growth — its longest financial downturn since the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crash.

APRIL International Care revamps MyHEALTH Hong Kong

APRIL International Care is unique in offering choice in how care is delivered, thus empowering clients to contain costs and ultimately keep premiums down.

Alibaba confirms $13bn listing in Hong Kong

Alibaba will offer 500 million shares at a maximum of HK$188 apiece, the company said. The number eight is considered auspicious in China.

Dodging import tariffs imposed by the US : Look before you leap

Manufacturers planning a factory move should tally the operating costs and consider whether it is economically viable.