The Special Administrative Region on the southern coast of China is a global financial centre and key location for our members
Finance and the service sector are at the heart of Hong Kong’s economy, as is its positions as a key trading hub. It is has well-developed transportation and logistics infrastructure, including its major port and airport, which are amongst the world’s busiest in terms of containers and air cargo respectively. Its location means that it is both a significant entry point for investment into China, as well as a conduit for exports from the mainland. Meanwhile its low tax and free trade status makes it home to many foreign companies and corporations. Governed under the principle of ‘one country, two systems’, Hong Kong is an important city for organisations wishing to do business in China and the surrounding region. And as a key location for The Economist Corporate Network, its members are supported by experts who have considerable knowledge of the business environment, as well as the trends and developments that impact it.