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Nepali businessmen in Hong Kong expanding to China

Written by Alan Chiu Tsang

A Hong Kong government official has said that Nepali businessmen who are established in Hong Kong are now expanding their businesses to China.

Speaking at the sixth anniversary of Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC) – Hong Kong, held on Tuesday, Director General of InvestHK Charles Ng said the government was aware about the Nepali companies doing good business in Hong Kong.

InvestHK is the government body of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region responsible for foreign direct investment. “Nepali businessmen are now expanding their arm toward China after being established in Hong Kong,” he said.

Nepal´s Consul General to Hong Kong Mahesh Prasad Dahal urged the chamber to bring plans for promotion of Nepal-Hong Kong trade.

Similarly, Richard Vuylsteke, the president of American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, said his group was ready to work with NCC-Hong Kong.

NCC-Hong Kong Chairman Dasu Ram Parajuli said NCC-Hong Kong would remain active in the coming days in encouraging Nepalis working in Honk Kong to start their own businesses and promote Hong Kong-Nepal trade.

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Alan Chiu Tsang

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He graduated from Hong Kong university in 2005.