Trade and Economic Bulletin

The CMA published “Trade and Economic Bulletin” regularly to provide succinct review on the latest economic issues, as well as updates on policy developments in Hong Kong, the Mainland and overseas.  It also includes topical analytical reports on selected economic and policy issues. 

Date Title Content
2023/10/20 Issue 23, 2023 (Chinese Version Only) Download
2023/10/09 Issue 22, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Hong Kong Economic Outlook for 2024
2023/09/27 Issue 21, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Rising Tide: How Hong Kong Brands Ride on the Wave of China-Chic
2023/09/22 Issue 20, 2023 (Chinese Version Only) Download
2023/09/14 Issue 19, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Development Plan for Shenzhen Park of Hetao Zone: Ushering in a New Stage for Hong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Cooperation
2023/08/30 Issue 18, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Lightening Up Hong Kong's Night-time Economy: Drawing on Overseas Experience
2023/08/28 Issue 17, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Hong Kong's Mid-2023 Population Data: Short-term and Long-term Implications
2023/08/15 Issue 16, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Hong Kong's I&T Ecological Chain: Enhancing Government-Industry-Academia-Research Collaborative Mechanism
2023/07/24 Issue 15, 2023 (Chinese Version Only) Download
2023/07/06 Issue 14, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Developing Industrial Tourism in Hong Kong: Prospects and Strategies
2023/06/28 Issue 13, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Industrial Tourism: Cresting New Values Through Industry Convergence
2023/06/01 Issue 12, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism: A New Front of Global Trade Landscape
2023/05/18 Issue 11, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Towards a New Phase of Artificial Intelligence Applications
2023/05/03 Issue 10, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Global Labor Shortage and the Two-pronged Approach to Enhancing Hong Kong's Manpower Policies
2023/04/20 Issue 9, 2023 (Chinese Version Only)
  • Emerging Paradigm Shift in China's Export Trade and the Implications for Hong Kong