The Belgium-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
The Belgium-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce (BLCC) in Hong Kong officially launched on 11 December 1998, succeeding the Belgian Business Association which was founded in 1992. The BLCC is a non-profit organization of business people with an active interest in developing two-way trade. The BLCC membership totals more than 200 individuals representing over 120 companies up-to-date.
Our mission is to create a platform to develop and foster economic, commercial and financial relations between Belgium, Luxembourg and Hong Kong. By organizing networking receptions, workshops and seminars on a regular basis, the BLCC facilitates Belgian and Luxembourg companies to expand their network in Hong Kong.
This is co-hosted BLCC event, organized by our colleagues at The Singapore Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong). We thought it is a very interesting talk, so we would like to share it with our members as well!
Deadline to register is Monday 5pm please!
SingCham is organising a luncheon talk on "HKSAR 25th Anniversary Business & Rule of Law" as part of their Singcham HK Speaker Series this year. The event is on 30 June 2022 (Thursday) from 12nn to 2pm at Island Shangri-la Hotel Admiralty. They have invited speaker Mr Grenville Cross, GBS, SC who is a British Barrister who served as the Director of Public Prosecutions of the Hong Kong SAR from 1997 to 2009. Mr Jacky Foo, Singcham HK Chairman Alternate will be the moderator for this event.
"As June 30th marks exactly the half-way point in the 50-year cycle enshrined in the HKSAR's Basic Law, it is an ideal time to consider business fortunes. What will be the impact of the incoming 6th-term Chief Executive and his government on the way business is conducted, and what changes should be expected. Although the National Security Law has restored social stability, does this mean that economic development is now assured. As the rule of law is fundamental to Hong Kong's success, is the legal system still fit for purpose and can the Judiciary ensure just outcomes. Can businesses expect to flourish over the next 25 years, and beyond."
Vice-Chairman (Senate) at The International Association of Prosecutors