How and why short selling has become more popular in Hong Kong
The implications of the United States-China trade war on Hong Kong's economy
The Institute's tax experts take part in a roundtable discussion exploring the potential impacts of the Greater Bay Area on Hong Kong's economy and tax policies
Tara Joseph, President of the American Chamber of Commerce of how strong diplomatic relationships will bolster the city's influence in the United States and in the Mainland
How foreign companies can thrive in the Mainland’s fast-changing and complex business landscape
A mammoth 55 km-long bridge is set to open this year – what investment opportunities will it bring to Hong Kong?
China's Great Wall of Debt by Dinny McMahon
Companies are taking note of China's robust online shopping habits, and capitalizing on consumption growth by hopping onto the digital bandwagon
Shenzhen Superstars: How China’s smartest city is challenging Silicon Valley, and interview with author Johan Nylander
The policy’s impact on foreign investors thinking of investing in projects in Mainland China
The Greater Bay Area has obstacles to overcome to become a major driver of economic growth for China
Is the popular foreign investment destination losing its lustre?
Len Jui and Jessie Wong observe the initial days of the new regime in China and beyond
The potential behind the multibillion dollar project for China and Hong Kong