Latino Brothers Meet & Greet. Mexico and Chile Rugby Sevens

On April 6th, 2016, The Mexico and Chile Rugby Teams invite you to their meet & greet event at Solas Bar & Lounge. Event ticket price is HKD 150 for Members and HKD 200 for non Members, ticket includes 3 standard drinks. More information at:

Manufacturing investment: Mexico and China (2000-2012)

China’s accession to the World Trade Organization deepened the country’s dependence on investment in the manufacturing sector for its economic growth. Increasing government investment in the country has gone hand in hand with a rising secondary sector, particularly between 1993-2000 and 2001-2012 when over 50% of the total economic growth was a result of growth in the secondary sector. This model of experimental gradualism has been progressively reoriented towards promoting higher value added activities and domestic consumption. Mexico’s growth strategy, on the other hand, defined as neoliberal since the mid-1980s, relied on implementing the Washington Consensus. Mexico’s manufacturing indus

China's role in the process of integrating East Asia. Advancing the RCEP as a counterweight to t

China today has played a key role in the process of East Asian integration, notably through advancing the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) that currently serves as a counterweight to the USA-spearheaded Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). China’s competitiveness and presence in world markets has an important impact: according to some estimates, China represents and will represent 15.8% of world economic growth for the period 2005-2030. Furthermore its foreign direct investment (FDI) has placed the country as the fifth largest foreign investor in the world in 2010 with an accumulated amount of 310,000 million USD abroad; a figure that is still minuscule compared to the foreign

2020 - China's economic growth prospect: the challenge of reorienting investment and reforms.

China’s economic growth has decreased since 2012 and is forecasted to stay below the 10% median growth rate of the past decades. China’s traditional policies of repressing interest rates, excessive government investment in infrastructure and state-controlled and/or state-owned enterprises dominating protected sectors have resulted in private consumption making up less of the GDP. There is therefore a need to transition to a more sustainable growth rate by increasing investment efficiency and fostering private consumption. This, in turn, requires interest rates to be liberalized with a more market-driven evaluation of risk, reforms to be implemented that improve both governance and the regula

January Monthly Business Breakfast Briefing

This past 28th February 2016, Mexcham was honored to host Mr. Amb. Julian Ventura in a business breakfast meeting. Amb. Julian Ventura is currently the Mexican Ambassador before the People’s Republic of China. The event was held in Spanish and attended by our General Consul for Hong Kong and Macau Amb. Alicia Buenrostro Massieu, the Director for the Asia region of Promexico; members of the Consulate, members of Promexico, members of our chamber and guest from the Latin-American community in Hong Kong. At the commencement of the meeting, the president of Mexcham, José Carlos Bezanilla, gave a brief welcoming speech to the Ambassador, who pointed out the importance of having commercial relatio

Tips for visits to the Hong Kong Fairs

As the fair season arrives in Hong Kong and China, we thought it would be a good idea to share some tips with our fellow traders so as to make their experience more efficient and pleasant. Here is your little guide to the fairs in Hong Kong. What to DO : Do take the Hong Kong Airport Express Do get an Octopus Card Do get some cash Do bring your Business Cards Do register to the trade fairs What not to Do: Do not waste money on an interpreter last minute Do not stay in a hotel without convenient transportation Don’t count on being able to get a taxi at the end of each day Don't assume things Do not use jokes to get your message across  Do not focus only on getting the best price Don’t let

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