Favourable Geographical Position
Hong Kong's highly favorable geographical position and entrepot trading opportunities are wealth-generating assets. It has a superb sheltered natural harbor.
Skilled Labour Force
In Hong Kong itself, a skilled, adaptable, and hard-working labour force coupled with the adoption of modern British/ Western business methods and technology ensured that opportunities for external trade, investment, and recruitment were maximised.
A financial centre of East Asia - it has one of the highest concentrations of banking institutions in the world. 71 of the largest 100 banks in the world have an operation in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong remains the world's freest economy, for the 12th year in a row. The report pays tribute to the city's commitment to free trade and open markets, and the elimination of barriers to trade and investment.
Gaining support from the Government, it helps in enhancing the security of property rights; access to sound money; freedom to trade internationally; and regulation of credit, labour and business. This is a large contributing factor which made Hong Kong very attractive to foreign companies to set up a Buying office here.
A number of reasons for Hong Kong being an attractive proposition of inward investment -
Everyone is excited about Beijing especially after the city really improved infrastructure for the Olympics. The Chinese capital boasts:
A huge population of expatriates
Numerous foreign tourists
- Increasing numbers of diplomatic delegations
- Countless international organizations
- Hundreds of corporate representative offices
Beijing is not only the political, cultural and educational center of China, but also the focus of economic information and business opportunities.
With the Chinese economy still growing at a very strong rate, and with the Chinese Govt. investing heavily on infrastructure, there is a lot of purchasing power in Beijing.
Shanghai is currrently the major business hub for China mainland. Major banking and service businesses are strong there and there is a very good business environment.
Bustling financial markets
- Huge expatriate population
- Lively social scene
Hence, Shanghai is very appealing to many business people getting set up in China.
Grade A office space in the eastern part of the city, known as Pudong, had a year-on-year increase exceeding 26%. The study suggests that the costs of office space will keep rising in response to demand, which is very high in this most modern and international of Chinese cities.
Our office in Shanghai is in Zhabhei district to North of Shanghai near the N. train station, but is still only a 10-20 minute drive from town center.
Shenzhen is a hotspot on the Pearl River Delta. It borders Hong Kong and was one of the first cities to open to foreign trade in the 1980s, and is now home to a booming economy based on: