Strong investment on the mainland and in Macau and a large amount of infrastructure work in Hong Kong have resulted in a growing shortage of suitably skilled labour and professional talent in Hong Kong's
Thomas Cook (India) rose 1.41% to Rs 75.55 at 14:50 ISTon BSE after the company said it has partnered with Y-Axis, apremier immigration and visa consultant in the country.
The announcement was made
Based on the arrival figures recently announced by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), Hong Kong emphatically reinforced its reputation as one of the world’s leading tourism destinations in 2013 with
Hong Kong and Shanghai may have lost out to Singapore in the hunt for foreign talent over the years, but manpower experts believe a reversal is looming as the Lion City tightens the rules on the hiring
Trade shows are big business in Hong Kong, according to the results of a new economic impact study. In 2012, it finds, exhibitions generated $5.2 billion in expenditures in Hong Kong, up 14 percent from
Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Friday invited Indian companies to set up their base in Hong Kong saying it will allow them to tap growing Southeast Asian markets.
"Hong Kong is the perfect
Studying for his master's degree in 2008 at Stanford University, Daniel Cheng Yuen was struck by how fragmented information was when looking for campus club activities, which run into the thousands.
Employers in Hong Kong are continuing their focus on retaining professionals in 2013 as they expect a skills shortage as compared to the previous year.
Thirty-nine percent of surveyed employers expect
More people from the economically troubled euro-zone countries of Spain, Italy and Greece are moving to Hong Kong to work, immigration figures show.
The number of work visas granted this year to Spaniards,
Hong Kong is expected to overtake London by 2015 and surpass New York by 2016 to become the world’s biggest financial centre, reflecting a massive shift in the balance of power in the financial world