Budget Gives Businesses a Boost

The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce welcomes Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah’s 2015-16 Budget proposals as an appropriate and timely response to the challenges arising in these uncertain times. Amid a sluggish and risky international economy, Hong Kong needs to rebuild confidence, both at home and abroad, that it remains the premier place to […]
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Survey by Six Major Business Chambers Shows 90% of Member Respondents Support Constitutional Reform Proposals

   For Immediate Release At a press conference jointly held today by The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, The Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong, The Federation of Hong Kong Industries, The Real Estate Developers Association of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Chinese Importers’ & Exporters’ Association […]
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HKGCC’s Birthday Wish: A Strong Economy and Progress on Constitutional Development

To celebrate the 154th anniversary of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce today, Hong Kong’s oldest business organization held its fifth “Free Ride Day,” which allows everyone in Hong Kong to ride on trams and two Star Ferry routes free of charge for the entire day. The tinkling of bells officially launched HKGCC Free […]
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HKGCC Laments Rejection of Constitutional Reform Package

The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce deeply regrets LegCo members’ decision to reject the Government’s proposal for amending the “Method for Selecting the Chief Executive by Universal Suffrage.” Chamber Chairman Y.K. Pang said to see the dream of Hong Kong people’s right to elect their next Chief Executive smashed is heartbreaking.  He hopes everyone […]
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We Must Not Compromise the Safety and Reliability of Hong Kong’s Electricity Supply

The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce has long supported the Government’s energy policy objectives. In response to the public consultation on “The Future Development of the Electricity Market,” our submission points out it is crucial that we do not compromise the safety and reliability of electricity supply just for the sake of providing more choices. […]
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