No.1  February, 2014  
  Almost 90 percent of Hong Kong's economy is service-basedAustralia and Hong Kong partners in regional economic development

On the surface Hong Kong and Australia are very different. The economy of Hong Kong is overwhelmingly reliant on services; Australia’s is dependent on commodity exports. While Hong Kong has delivered one of the world’s best per capita GDP levels on the back of its finance role in the last two decades, Australia has grown rich on exploiting its vast natural resources.

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  The Chief Executive, Mr C Y Leung, delivers the 2014 Policy Address at the Legislative Council on 15 January2014 Policy Address maps out a comprehensive blueprint for Hong Kong

On 15 January, the Chief Executive Mr C Y Leung presented his second annual Policy Address entitled “Support the Needy, Let Youth Flourish, Unleash Hong Kong's Potential”. It outlined the Hong Kong Government’s priorities in the next few years.

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  The Financial Secretary, Mr John C Tsang, presents the 2014-15 Budget in the Legislative Council on 26 FebruaryHong Kong's Financial Secretary targets competitiveness and livelihood issues in Budget

The 2014-15 Budget was released on 26 February with wide-ranging measures to boost Hong Kong’s economy and sharpen the city’s competitive edge.

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  Steve Barclay, Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Sydney giving a speech at the Chinese New Year ReceptionAustralian and New Zealand leaders gather to celebrate Chinese New Year with HKETO

To welcome the Year of the Horse, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO), Sydney, hosted a series of Chinese New Year receptions across Australia and New Zealand in February. Leaders from across business, arts, sports and political sectors in Australia and New Zealand attended the receptions to celebrate these festive events.

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  Hong Kong International Medical Devices and Supplies Fair
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