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Expand Beyond Hong Kong: Dedicated Fund on Branding, Upgrading and Domestic Sales

Do you own a non-listed company in Hong Kong? You may be eligible to apply for funding under the Dedicated Fund on Branding, Upgrading and Domestic Sales (“BUD Fund”) to support your expansion efforts outside Hong Kong. This article will walk you through the eligibility criteria, funding scope, allocated funding amounts, and a step-by-step guide to navigating the application procedure under the different BUD schemes.

Latest Insights

Hong Kong budget for Fiscal Year 2024-25

The Hong Kong 2024-25 Budget, announced by Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po, focuses on economic recovery and high-quality development in the post-epidemic era, emphasizing confidence and opportunity. Despite projected fiscal deficits, the budget highlights include tax reductions, support for SMEs, and initiatives in green finance, digital economy, and innovation and technology. It aims to stimulate the property market, enhance financial services, and bolster Hong Kong’s role as an international financial hub and innovation center. The strategy encompasses removing property cooling measures, investing in technology infrastructure, and promoting green and sustainable finance, reflecting a holistic approach to navigating global challenges and seizing future growth opportunities.

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ESG is a Pressing Issue Rather Than Just a Trend

The topic of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) is gaining momentum worldwide. This article underscores the critical role of ESG principles in modern business, highlighting their benefits for resilience, innovation, and stakeholder alignment. It explores challenges in ESG implementation, such as data and resource constraints, and proposes solutions like data analysis and capacity building. Conclusively, it advocates for ESG integration as essential for sustainable growth and industry leadership, especially for businesses in Europe and China seeking sustainable strategies.

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Regulatory Updates

Dong Business in China

Our China Guides comprise a series of informative articles that provide insights on efficiently handling the compliance responsibilities and administrative formalities associated with establishing and scaling up your business in Mainland China.

Dong Business in Hong Kong

Are you looking to setting up a company in Hong Kong? Checkout our a series of comprehensive guides on how to set up and operate a business in Hong Kong.

Expanding your business into

Greater Bay Area

The Greater Bay Area (GBA) of China presents vast opportunities for businesses seeking to expand their operations in the region. The GBA comprises nine cities in Guangdong Province, Hong Kong, and Macau, with a combined population of over 70 million and a GDP of approximately USD 1.6 trillion. It is a critical part of China’s economic development strategy, aimed at creating a world-class metropolis and driving economic growth in the region.

We have a series of informative articles that delve into the various business opportunities available in the GBA. These articles cover a wide range of industries, including finance, technology, logistics, and tourism, among others. We provide insights on the GBA’s market potential, investment incentives, regulatory environment, and emerging trends that businesses can capitalize on.

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Finance and Taxation

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Summary of Hong Kong Taxes 2024-25

This summary provides an overview of the tax rates for profits tax, salaries tax, and property tax in Hong Kong for the assessment years 2024-25. It serves as a quick reference for individuals and businesses to understand their tax obligations in the region. Staying informed about these rates is important for effective tax planning and compliance in Hong Kong’s dynamic economic environment.

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