The Bulletin. September 2019

Decarbonisation: Looking to the Long Term

In this issue we explore the various options for Hong Kong as it moves away fossil fuels, investigate the implications for local companies as GDPR rules in Europe start to take effect, and hear about the benefits for kids and adults of learning Spanish in Hong Kong.

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This Month's Highlights
Special Features

Students Make a Case for Business

Chamber competition gives university students and recent graduates the opportunity to work with top companies

Public Consultation: An Essential Step in the Legislative Process

Hong Kong should introduce a systematic use of RIAs to improve the quality of policy decisions and provide greater transparency

GDPR One Year On

Huge fines for BA and Marriott are a reminder that companies should ensure they do not fall foul of the E.U.’s General Data Protection Regulation
China In Focus

Return to Longgang

Repeat visit to Shenzhen district gives members the opportunity to see the latest developments

Legal Landscape for F&B in China

Businesses should ensure they are up to speed with the Mainland's latest food and beverage requirements

Chamber in Review

Chamber Welcomes More New Members!

Deputy Chairman Peter Wong welcomes members at cocktail reception

YEC Visit to Seoul

Young executives enjoy a taste of technology and culture during trip to South Korea

U.S Export Controls and Sanctions

Extraterritorial approach means that companies doing business around the world could come under U.S. scrutiny

E-sports at Cyberport

YEC members enjoy tour of new online gaming venue and facilities
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