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Think Asia, Think Hong Kong

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Ralph Chow, Regional Director Americas, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Introduces the Belt and Road Initiative spearheaded by the Chinese government, at International Convention 2016

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Think Asia, Think Hong Kong

  1. 1. 1 Think Asia, Thing Hong Kong Ralph Chow Regional Director, Americas HKTDC Montreal May 10, 2016
  2. 2. Belt & Road Initiative 2
  3. 3. Belt & Road Initiative 3
  4. 4. Belt and Road Initiative The Silk Road Fund: US$40 billion The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): Initial capital: US$100 billion 4
  5. 5. Hong Kong Services Providers Can Help Overseas Companies Seize Belt and Road Opportunities 5 Infrastructure Real estate, infrastructure, contracting, engineering, etc. Finance and Professional Services M&A, outbound investment, project financing, asset management, legal and accounting Logistics Logistics, insurance, warehousing, transport and freight, port and airport management, aviation and maritime finance
  6. 6. Belt & Road Portal: www.beltandroad.hk This Portal provides various resources on the Belt and Road Initiative What is Belt and Road Initiative Country Profiles News and Analyses Videos Official Documents How Hong Kong Can Help Advisory Service Investment Projects Events Special Offer and Related Links 6
  7. 7. Belt and Road Summit Date: May 18, 2016 (Wed) Venue: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Expected attendance level: Over 1,000 persons 7
  8. 8. 22-23/11/2016 Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Hall 3FG 8 Organisers:
  9. 9. 9 2015 Highlights • 99 internationally renowned speakers • 2,095 cargo owners and industry leaders from 27 countries and regions • 102 exhibitors from 15 countries and regions • 130 journalists and media representatives
  10. 10. • 2-day conference • Exhibition for sourcing logistics and maritime services • Customised 1-on-1 business matching and networking opportunities 10 2016 Outlook Plenary Sessions • Belt and Road Initiative and China’s 13th Five Year Plan • Cross-border E-commerce SCM & Logistics • Omni-channel • Sustainability & green logistics • Big data & cloud computing • Manufacturing base relocation Maritime • Liner trade • Tanker & Gas • Dry Bulk Air Freight • Air cargo trends • E-commerce cargo Country/Region • Belt and Road countries/ regions
  11. 11. 11 Mission Package • Full admission to conference sessions, exhibition and networking events • Side visit to key logistics infrastructure and facilities in Hong Kong, e.g. o Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal o DHL o Hong Kong International Airport • Value-for-money hotel offers via official travel agent Mission Special Offer: USD 58/ person (Original admission fee: USD 230/ person)
  12. 12. Hong Kong Helps Overseas Companies Seize Asian Opportunities Strong Fundamentals Ideal Location Dynamic People Hong Kong Advantages 12
  13. 13. China Springboard for Chinese Outbound Investments 57% of mainland’s outward foreign direct investment goes to or via Hong Kong Hong Kong 13 Hong Kong: Strong Fundamentals
  14. 14. Beijing Seoul Osaka Tokyo Changchun Harbin Shenyang Dalian Tianjin Nanjing Fukuoka Shanghai Hangzhou Nanchang Fuzhou Guangzhou Taipei Jinan Shijiazhuang Taiyuan Zhengzhou Xian Hefei WuhanChengdu Chongqing Changsha GuiyangKunming Guilin Haikou Manila Ho Chi Minh City Bangkok Hanoi Kuala Lumpur Singapore Jakarta DhakaDelhi Chennai Mumbai Bangalore Colombo Hong Kong All of Asia’s key markets within from half the world’s population Hong Kong: Ideal Location 14
  15. 15. Asia’s Logistics & Maritime Hub No. 1 international air cargo hub • 4.38 million tonnes throughput (2014) • 100+ airlines • 180 destinations One of world’s busiest container ports • 22.3 million TEUs (2014) • 380 container liner services weekly, 550 destinations Top photo credit: Hong Kong International Airport 15 Hong Kong: Ideal Location
  16. 16. International Community Agrees 16 Hong Kong: Preferred Business Hub
  17. 17. Hong Kong: Dynamic People Hong Kong speaks the language of international business 17 Generations of entrepreneurial spirit Unrivalled China market and international business experience Diverse international workforce
  18. 18. Creating opportunities in international trade HKTDC Providing Information Matching Business Partners Connecting Customers 18
  19. 19. HKTDC Conferences • Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference • Business of Intellectual Property Asia Forum • Asian Financial Forum 19
  20. 20. 30+ world-class trade fairs Forming 10 largest marketplaces in Asia Gifts & Premium Electronics (Autumn) + electronicAsia Houseware Fashion Fall/Winter Electronics (Spring) FILMARTLicensing Watch & Clock Toys & Games HKTDC: Marketing & Sourcing Trade Fairs 20 Jewellery + Diamond, Gem & Pearl
  21. 21. 21 36,000+ exhibitors 753,000+ buyers HKTDC: Marketing & Sourcing Trade Fairs
  22. 22. hktdc.com Online Marketplace 1.6M+ registered buyers 130,000+ quality suppliers 5M monthly user sessions 20M+ business connections generated annually 22
  23. 23. Appgazine Version  World’s first B2B appgazine  Free download for mobile device users HKTDC: Product Magazines 20+ product magazines & industry supplements 5 million+ readers from 200+ countries/regions 23 Online Version  Emailed to buyers  E-advertisements linked to advertisers' webpages on hktdc.com  Mailed to buyers  Distributed FREE at trade fairs worldwide Print Version
  24. 24. HKTDC: Market Intelligence at Your Fingertips http://research.hktdc.com 24
  25. 25. HKTDC: A Global Organisation 13 offices on Chinese mainland, more than 40 worldwide Beijing Hong Kong Tokyo New York Bangkok Dubai Toronto 25 Frankfurt Sydney L.A. Chicago London Paris
  26. 26. Andrew Yui, Director, Canada Peggy Lau, Marketing Manager Tel: 1(416)-366-3594 Email: toronto.office@hktdc.org Contact HKTDC Toronto Office 26

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