Hong Kong is an ideal platform for doing business in Asia, especially for mainland China.
Hong Kong has a free-enterprise, free-trade economy. The government has traditionally adopted a policy of nonintervention in the private sector, while at the same time providing the territory with a modern and sophisticated commercial infrastructure
The most common type of business entities in Hong Kong are companies, sole proprietorships and partnerships.
Hong Kong is the world’s tenth largest trading power and the third largest financial centre in the world.
Hong Kong has a free market economy, highly dependent on international trade and finance
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Types of Companies in Hong Kong
To do business in Hong Kong, one can set up a sole proprietorship, a partnership or register one’s own company incorporated elsewhere as an overseas company in Hong Kong.
The cost of living in Hong Kong can be high for expats.
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