- Author:Hong Kong Trade Development Council. Research Department
- Publisher:Hong Kong Trade Development Council (December 1, 2008)
- Pages:79 pages
- Subcategory:Management & Leadership
- FB2 format1939 kb
- ePUB format1344 kb
- DJVU format1264 kb
- Formats:doc mbr mobi azw
This report projects the 2009 performance of Hong Kong exports, which are expected to falter amid the lingering global financial problems and their spillover effect on consumer spending.
This report projects the 2009 performance of Hong Kong exports, which are expected to falter amid the lingering global financial problems and their spillover effect on consumer spending. Despite the multibillion-dollar rescue measures of various governments and authorities, the global economy will remain in the doldrums. The outlook for traditional markets is especially gloomy, while developing economies are not immune to the financial tsunami, either. Yet developing economies with stronger fundamentals, or those with sustainable domestic demand, will likely fare better.
Hong Kong's Export Outlook for 2009: Consolidation Amid the Global . by Hong Kong Trade Development Council. Financial Institutions, In And Out Of Crisis: Reflections By Anthony Saunders.
Hong Kong's Export Outlook for 2009: Consolidation Amid the Global Financial Tsunami.
The Hong Kong International Convention for the safe and environmentally sound recycling of ships, or Hong Kong Convention is a mulitateral convention adopted in 2009, which has not entered into force.
The HKTDC Trade Fairs are a series of international trade fairs held annually and organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Hong Kong. The 2009 fair attracted over 250 exhibitors from 17 countries & regions, including mainland China, India, Sri Lanka and Taiwan.
The HKTDC also organises more than 30 fairs each year.
Employment outlook in Hong Kong is likely to stay cautious in the near future .
Employment outlook in Hong Kong is likely to stay cautious in the near future, dampened by the business setback in retail trade, restaurants and hotels and construction. Lower-skilled occupations are expected to face greater retrenchment pressure. 1 According to the results of the 2011 Population Census, employment income took up 8. % of the household income in Hong Kong. Looking ahead, unemployment in Hong Kong is likely to face more upward pressure in the near term, in view of worsening business performance in the three sensitive sectors more recently.
Middle-class consumers in China. Are you sure you want to remove Hong Kong Trade Development Council. Survey on leather goods shoppers in major Chinese cities. Created January 2, 2011.
The Hong Kong Convention) is aimed at ensuring that ships, when being recycled after reaching the end of their operational lives, do not pose any unnecessary risk to human health and safety or to the environment. The Hong Kong Convention was adopted at a Diplomatic Conference held in Hong Kong, China, in May 2009 and was developed with input from IMO Member States and non governmental organizations, and in co-operation with the International Labour Organization and the Parties to the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal.
Hong Kong as a highly open economy is also severely hurt by the financial tsunami. In every economic recession, all Hong Kong people suffer, but lower classes suffer most. This raises a serious question about whether the current social protection system adequately protects people against an increasingly risky global economic environment.
Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Hong Kong Trade Development Council. Hong Kong Trade Development Council. None yet.