31 March 2015
High-value services at good prices are at the heart of Hong Kong’s business success, says the chief economist of Hong Kong’s chamber of commerce.
Hong Kong’s 2015-16 Budget, unveiled by Financial Secretary John Tsang last month, earmarked investment for the city’s start-up ecosystem, creative industries and promoting social enterprise. There were also measures to boost Hong Kong’s competitiveness, which the Hong Kong business community welcomed.
David O’Rear, Chief Economist of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, highlights some of the key business initiatives, and urges the government to do more to lower business costs.
Read the complete interview in Hong Kong Means Business