The 17th Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong highlighted the Chinese mainland market’s potential and Hong Kong’s strategic role. Chief Executive John Lee emphasised Hong Kong’s resilience under “one country, two systems”, its status as a global financial hub, and its growing market access with the mainland. Li Yunze, China’s financial regulatory head, spoke of the mainland’s strong economic foundations and long-term high-quality growth. Peter KN Lam, chairman of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, underlined the forum’s importance in global financial collaboration. The event, co-organised by the HKSAR government and the HKTDC, featured over 40 discussions, attracting over 3,000 professionals, focusing on finance and business collaboration.
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