Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Wonton - Volume 3 Issue 11

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   HK2023-0018

Bite size local news, Post reports and activity summaries wrapped by ATO Hong Kong. In this issue: First Quarter U.S. Exports Grow For the First Time in Five Years; Hong Kong’s Economy Can Grow 5.5 percent; Hong Kong Inflation Hits 2.1 percent in April; Confidence In Early Resumption Of Macau’s Economic Stability; Macau’s Visitor Arrivals Surge to 2.27 Million In April; Opening ceremony of Aberdeen Market, Southern Hong Kong; Macau Retail Sales Are Recovering; ATO Hong Kong Bids Farewell to Senior Agricultural Marketing Specialist Chris Li; ATO Hong Kong Welcomes Agricultural Marketing Specialist Phoebe Guo; The American Harwood Export Council, ATO, and the American Institute of Architects Promote U.S. Harwood at Build4Asia; Hong Kong Airport Authority Plans to Use Logistics Park to Cement Position as Cargo Hub.

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