If you are Norwegian and looking into doing business in Hong Kong there are several organizations that can help you.

The Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (NCC) consists of about 40 members and its mission is to promote trade activity between Norway and Hong Kong. For more information about NCC, click here.

Another instance you can turn to is Invest HK, which has published an investment guide tailormade for the Nordic countries. Invest HK is a government department to spearhead Hong Kong’s efforts to attract investment.

Their investment support services include supplying up-to-date information needed to make informed business decisions, such as corporate environment reports, profiles on economic sectors, comparative analyses of the costs of setting up business in Hong Kong, vital government statistics and regulations, and key publications.

Invest HK also provides contacts, connects prospective business partners, and facilitates liaison with relevant government departments and commercial organisations.

GK Guangzhou follows the development in Hong Kong from a Pearl River Delta perspective, but it’s officially a part of the Embassy in Beijing’s consular district.
For more information, click here for Invest HK's homepage.

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