With the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) setting up its China Liaison Office in the HKSAR last year, this establishment of the first overseas ICS office outside London reflects Hong Kong's efforts in promoting high-end maritime services. It also reaffirms the unique status and advantages enjoyed by Hong Kong under the "one country, two systems" principle and explains the attractiveness for international bodies to set up offices here, Cheng said. … [Read more...] about Hong Kong must capitalize on its edge to enhance role of int’l maritime hub: HKSAR official
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Pei Yuanhu, president of an investment group based in Shanghai, said his company will build an industrial park that will integrate the business of healthcare, wine and tourism in Ningxia, Shanghai and Japan. The industrial park in Ningxia will focus on vineyard plantation, wine talents and tourism, while the park in Shanghai will emphasize wine transaction and the park in Japan will concentrate on wine culture research, he said in a speech during the expo. … [Read more...] about Countries raising a glass to top crop
On Jan 9, an expert team from the National Health Commission (NHC) made public a new type of coronavirus, initially identifying it as the cause of the viral pneumonia in Wuhan. China informed the WHO about the epidemic, sharing with the WHO initial progress in determining the cause of the viral pneumonia. The WHO released a statement, saying that the preliminary identification of a novel coronavirus in such a short period of time was a notable achievement. … [Read more...] about Does China provide inaccurate information about COVID-19?
Two-thirds of them come from the country's three major economic engines－the Yangtze River Delta, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, and nearly 1,400 of the companies import more than $100 million in goods annually, Sun added. … [Read more...] about Import expo ready to open in Shanghai