Hong Kong Ready to Serve as Gateway to Kazakhstan for China and Southeast Asia
In one of the world's leading financial centers, Hong Kong, a presentation of investment opportunities in Kazakhstan for the business community of the Southeast Asia region was held under the guidance of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries. The briefing aimed to expand bilateral investment relations between the parties.
During the event, Deputy Chairman of the Board of JSC "NC "KAZAKH INVEST,"Zhandos Temirgali, delivered a presentation on Kazakhstan's investment climate, business opportunities in the country, and invited companies from Hong Kong to actively engage in investment projects in Kazakhstan.
Following the event, Deputy Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries, Ricky Chan, expressed the desire of Hong Kong companies to visit Kazakhstan for a deeper exploration of investment project implementation opportunities in the country. Later, within the framework of the "Belt and Road" summit, a memorandum of understanding was signed between KAZAKH INVEST and the Federation of Hong Kong Industries.
Additionally, on the sidelines of the summit, a meeting was held with the leadership of the investment attraction agency "Invest Hong Kong", during which the parties agreed to expand bilateral relations, exchange experiences and knowledge in the field of investment attraction.
Furthermore, as part of the visit to Hong Kong, the Deputy Chairman of the national company held a meeting with the CEO of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, Patrick Yeung.
Patrick Yeung spoke about the interest of Hong Kong companies in implementing joint investment projects in priority sectors of the economy in Kazakhstan. In addition, he promised to support Kazakh companies expressing a desire to undergo the listing procedure on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The negotiations concluded with the signing of a memorandum of cooperation with the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce for further development of investment cooperation between the parties.
Following negotiations with more than 30 companies from Hong Kong representing various industrial sectors, a high level of interest from local investors in cooperation with Kazakhstan was noted. In particular, leaders of the business community expressed readiness to serve as a "gateway" for Kazakh businesses to China and Southeast Asia