Launch of the European Union Business Information Programme (EUBIP) Position Papers

The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (ECC) would like to cordially invite to the Launch of the European Union Business Information Programme (EUBIP) Position Papers. The general objective is to strengthen economic partnership and business cooperation with Hong Kong and Macao and ensure a stronger and coordinated representation of European business and its interests in Hong Kong and Macao, as many European companies use Hong Kong as their China hub

Sponsorship Opportunity: European Chamber’s 20th Anniversary Dinner

Sponsorship Opportunity: European Chamber’s 20th Anniversary Dinner
The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is turning 20 this year! To celebrate this grand occasion our gala dinner will be held on 22nd September 2017 at the luxurious Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong.  This will be an excellent opportunity to network with a large number of high profile individuals and representative from the international business community in Hong Kong. For this occasion, a special collective sponsorship arrangement has been

Made in Romania – Foreign Investor’s Guide 2016

Made in Romania – Foreign Investor’s Guide 2016
Interested in setting up a business in Romania? Now you can download the newly issued "Made in Romania - Foreign Investor’s Guide 2016", which is the tool created by the Romanian authorities to support foreign investors navigate the Romanian business environment when opening a business. The project is a tool aimed at answering the questions regarding topics such as Romania's business climate, macroeconomic indicators, steps in opening a business, labo...

Hong Kong-Romania Double Taxation Agreement enters into force

The new Hong Kong-Romania agreement for the avoidance of double taxation and prevention of fiscal evasion (the “DTA”) which was signed in 2015 came into force on 21 November 2016 after the completion of ratification procedures by both contracting states. It will apply with respect to income derived on or after 1 January 2017. The tax treaty aims to confirm the allocation of taxing rights between the two countries and reducing the effect of double taxation....