Source: China Daily. Today's world is witnessing historic changes. Asia may play a prominent role in the development of the world's civilization as it once did a few centuries ago. And recently, China has set out clear development objectives. By 2035, it will achieve socialist modernization. By 2050, it will develop into a modern socialist country … Continue reading Mainland’s new phase, HK’s new opportunities
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Carbon emission, although primarily the research focus of climate scientists, is an imperative issue that requires collective effort and action from all parties around the world. The increasing number of billion-dollar climate disasters in recent years have triggered a growing environment awareness to combat weather changes. For example, although U.S. decided to withdraw from the Paris … Continue reading HSFRC Latest Research: Global Carbon Divestment and Firms’ Actions
The heuristics a person adopts are informative of their credit and risk profiles. Are all heuristics created equal? Are various heuristics independent of each other? Do they have an identical impact on decision-making? What can we learn about people’s characteristics from their choice of heuristics? The answers to these questions are explained in the recent … Continue reading HSFRC Latest Research: Are All Heuristics Created Equal? Recent Discoveries from P2P Investments Data ｜ HSFRC最新研究：所有的思维定式是平等的吗？取自 P2P投资数据的最新发现
Source: China Daily. The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, known as the world’s manufacturing hub, should make better use of its advantages in industrial development and land scale to promote innovation, experts have urged. Different from Beijing and Shanghai, the Bay Area’s innovative achievements in the past few years are not attributed to the region’s … Continue reading Bay Area’s Innovation, Manufacturing ‘Hand in Glove’
The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has posed severe challenges for the global economy and supply chains have been in the eye of the storm. Amid heightened geopolitical tensions, some countries are considering moving supply chains out of China. However, as a recent research study by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) reveals, cutting ties with China might not help firms to mitigate risks.
Hong Kong FinTech Week 2020 came to a successful close on Friday (November 6) after a high-level three-day main conference and over 30 satellite events featuring important announcements, thought-provoking debates and panel sessions covering all aspects of financial technology. Co-organised by Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK), the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), the Securities and Futures Commission … Continue reading Hong Kong FinTech Week 2020 Attracts Over 1.2 Million Viewers, Sets Agenda for Year Ahead