Hong Kong Re-opens for Business and Visitors Flock to In-person Events

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By Chamber Press Office, 08 March 2023

The Hong Kong and Mainland China border reopening brings a welcome return of physical displays and face-to-face networking.

As Hong Kong and Mainland China end travel curbs and internal controls continue to ease, the city is again open to business for the Year of the Rabbit.

This is underscored by robust in-person attendance at the events in January organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), including the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) along with fairs on toys and games, babies and stationery as well as wine and spirits.

HKTDC Chairman Dr Peter K N Lam welcomed the news: “As travel between Hong Kong and Mainland China and the world has resumed, we are delighted to experience the vitality of our events, which welcomed international business leaders from some 100 countries to participate physically and online.”

The following article is originally from the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, published on their Hong Kong Means Business website. You can find the original in full here.

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