On March 17, Hong Kong’s Executive Council gave the long-awaited green light to third runway for the city’s brimming airport. However, to the chagrin of the airline, logistics and tourism industries, the project is estimated to be completed in a decade. To them, and to others, the airport’s newest addition can’t come soon enough. Hong […]Read more "April 2015 Editorial: Third Runway’s The Charm"
Chairman and CEO of AEGON Asia, Douglas C Henck is driven to elevate the standard of corporate governance in Asia Pacific. As the Chairman of the Asia Corporate Governance Association (ACFA), Henck is among the most qualified individuals in the region to take up this daunting task By Wilson Lau “In the emerging markets particularly, […]Read more "April 2015 Cover Story: Governing with Principle"
The Asian Corporate Governance Association (ACGA) is a nonprofit membership association dedicated to promoting substantive improvements in corporate governance in Asia through independent research, advocacy and education. ACGA is funded by a membership base of more than 100 highly regarded organizations based in Asia and other parts of the world, including several of the world’s […]Read more "Asian Corporate Governance Association"
APCAC –the Asian Pacific Council of American Chambers – recently expanded to comprise 29 AmChams in the region and held its spring meetings in Singapore. Several AmCham HK members participated in the conference and related meetings for chamber leaders. Richard Vuylsteke reports This year’s annual APCAC conference, hosted by AmCham Singapore on March 11-13 at […]Read more "Chamber Topics: A Regional Resource"
APCAC recently expanded its membership to 30 AmChams in Asia Pacific, extending from Japan and Korea in the north, to Australia and New Zealand in the south, and west to India and Sri Lanka. Overall, these chambers represent roughly 15,000 companies in the region, employ an estimated 10 million people, manage annual trade volumes in […]Read more "What’s APCAC?"
Top innovation experts share their insight on strategies for business to stir entrepreneurial ingenuity within their organization and how the city can push forward local innovation By Nan-Hie In Hong Kong has made incredible transformations over the last 150 years, having reinvented itself from a fishing village to a manufacturing centre to a financial services […]Read more "Entrepreneurs/ SME: Progressing Innovation in Hong Kong"
Having shattered global records, e-commerce Alibaba has stolen the global spotlight with its massive amount of moved goods. David Ho, Alibaba Group’s legal counsel based in Hong Kong, speaks to the challenges and opportunities of intellectual property protection for one of the world’s most talked about companies By Liana Cafolla Just about everything to do […]Read more "Intellectual Property: Protecting Alibaba’s Intellectual Property"