Vietnam, Hong Kong foster collaboration Politics

Vietnam, Hong Kong foster collaboration

Vietnamese Consul General to Hong Kong Pham Binh Dam on April 29 was received by Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam, as he began his tenure in the Chinese special administrative region.
Singapore, Hong Kong resume “air travel bubble” World

Singapore, Hong Kong resume “air travel bubble”

The Singaporean Ministry of Transport (MOT) announced on April 26 that the Singapore – Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble (ATB) will be re-launched on May 26, allowing travellers to move between the two sides without quarantine.
Vietnam, China's Hong Kong enjoy fruitful cooperation: Diplomat Politics

Vietnam, China's Hong Kong enjoy fruitful cooperation: Diplomat

All fields of the partnership between Vietnam and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, especially economy, trade and investment, have been given due attention by leaders on both sides, Tran Thanh Huan, the outgoing Vietnamese Consul General in Hong Kong, said in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency.
Hong Kong, Singapore announce plan for 'travel bubble' World

Hong Kong, Singapore announce plan for 'travel bubble'

Hong Kong (China) and Singapore on October 15 said they had agreed "in principle" to set up a bubble allowing residents to travel freely between the two financial hubs as long as they test negative for the coronavirus.
ASEAN, Hong Kong hold consultations ASEAN

ASEAN, Hong Kong hold consultations

Economic ministers from 10 ASEAN member countries and Hong Kong, China (HKC) met virtually on August 28 for their Fourth ASEAN Economic Ministers-HKC Consultations (AEM-HKC Consultations) as part of the 52nd AEM Meeting.
Singaporean banks record spike of deposits  World

Singaporean banks record spike of deposits

Singapore is witnessing a jump in deposits in local banks, which reflects investors' risk aversion and inflows from other markets, including Hong Kong (China), said Bloomberg Intelligence.
Singapore Airlines to cut flights World

Singapore Airlines to cut flights

Singapore Airlines Ltd said on February 18 that it will temporarily cut flights across its global network in the next three months due to falling demand as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.