Event recap: HK budget 2022-2023 – Tax Concession Measures

Posted Posted in Business, Chamber, Hong Kong

Mr. Paul Chan, Financial Secretary of the HKgov delivered the ’22-’23 Budget on 23 FEB. The budget outlined a series of measures to support businesses & residents that have been impacted by the pandemic and foster the economic recovery post epidemic. In collaboration with Fidinam Hong Kong, the webinar highlighted the e-consumption vouchers and tax […]

New Event: In Conversation with Edward Yau

Posted Posted in Business, Chamber, Hong Kong

EuroCham is pleased to welcome Mr Edward Yau, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Hong Kong SAR Government. Mr Yau will provide an update on the business outlook for the upcoming year, the challenges and opportunities in the context of the pandemic and will then be interviewed by BritCham’s Chairman, Peter Burnett OBE, on topical issues impacting […]

Event Recap: HR Update Pandemic restrictions & employment law. What Hong Kong employers should know

Posted Posted in Business, Hong Kong

As the impacts of the pandemic continue, an event was created to help out Hong Kong employers on what exactly they should know with regards to pandemic restrictions & employment law. Attendees were able to join this insightful webinar organized by our BLCC Corporate Member Fidinam early March.   We were pleased to welcome Cynthia Chung (Partner, Deacons) in […]

Event recap: BeLux Chambers in Asia Online Networking on 24FEB

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Yesterday 24 February an online networking event with professionals & entrepreneurs from the 15 BeLux Chambers in Asia was held; this was a great way to accelerate business matching & exchange information! During this event the participants were able to share their professional backgrounds and business goals and managed to seek exposure to new markets […]

New health measures announced on 8 February

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Unfortunately, due to the deterioration of the epidemic situation, new measures were announced on 8 FEB. These will take effect from February 10 till February 23.  The Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced the following measures: In addition to the original 17 scheduled premises1, six scheduled premises will be added, which now include: religious premises, shopping […]