Hong Kong is well known as a financial trading hub in South East Asia, and it’s ranked second in the world for its trading and trade agreements according the World Bank’s report “Doing Business.” As a regional trading hub, it acts as a gateway to the mainland and has demand with China as their economy continues to grow. To retain its competitive edge, Hong Kong continues to improve the city’s trade competitiveness creating more and more jobs in all sectors as both imports and exports forecast have a bright outlook for the coming years.

Many workers from around the world in other countries looking for stable work and new opportunities have set their eyes on Hong Kong. When it comes Hong Kong working visas, vacationing and immigration what is needed? Today, we will be going over this in more detail. Read More