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FS attends finance minsters meeting

Financial Secretary Paul Chan has attended the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Finance Ministers' Meeting in Hoi An, Vietnam.

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InnoCarnival 2017 opens

InnoCarnival 2017 has kicked off at the Science Park.

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Director Wong Kar-wai awarded

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Edward Yau has congratulated renowned Hong Kong film director Wong Kar-wai for receiving the Lumiere Award at the Lumiere Festival 2017 in Lyon, France.

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FS attends APEC retreat in Vietnam

Financial Secretary Paul Chan has attended the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Finance Ministers' Retreat in Vietnam.

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Edward Yau visits Sham Shui Po

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Edward Yau has visited Sham Shui Po District to learn more about its latest developments.

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Unemployment remains at 3.1%

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate stood at 3.1% in the July-to-September quarter, unchanged from the June-to-August period, the Census & Statistics Department says.

 

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Composite interest rate steady

The composite interest rate remained unchanged at 0.3% at the end of September.

 

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MPF regulations to be toughened

The Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority will study reforming the MPF regulatory regime to strengthen staff protection, Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury James Lau says.

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FS to attend APEC meeting

Financial Secretary Paul Chan will travel to Vietnam on October 19 to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Finance Ministers’ Meeting.

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Sci-Tech awards entries invited

The Innovation & Technology Commission has invited Hong Kong people of Chinese nationality to submit entries for the 2018 State Technological Invention Award and the State Scientific & Technological Progress Award.

 

 

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Goods exports up 5.4%

The volume of Hong Kong's total exports of goods increased 5.4% year-on-year in August, the Census & Statistics Department has announced.

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FS promotes HK in the US

Financial Secretary Paul Chan encouraged US companies and investors to make good use of Hong Kong's platform and connection to explore more business opportunities.

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New youth opportunities needed

Hong Kong should reinforce its strengths in the traditional sectors and create new opportunities for young people and entrepreneurs, Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Edward Yau says.

 

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FS attends IMF, World Bank meetings

Financial Secretary Paul Chan has attended the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group in Washington, DC, as a member of the Chinese delegation.

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HKCEC expansion plan explained

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Edward Yau says three government offices in Wan Chai North will be redeveloped to secure more exhibition venues for Hong Kong. 

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HK, Switzerland sign tax pact

Hong Kong has signed an agreement with Switzerland for conducting automatic exchange of financial account information in tax matters. 

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R&D create wealth, jobs

Research and development create new products and services that can generate wealth and quality jobs for Hong Kong people, Secretary for Innovation & Technology Nicholas Yang says.

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Sovereign bond plan welcomed

The Government has welcomed the Ministry of Finance's plan to issue US dollar sovereign bonds totalling US$2 billion in Hong Kong.

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FS to visit Washington, DC

Financial Secretary Paul Chan will visit Washington, DC, from tomorrow to October 17 to attend the annual meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund.

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Expenditure will benefit the public

Government money should be spent on areas that benefit the public, Financial Secretary Paul Chan says.

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