Henry Tang Ying-yen, Hong Kong’s former chief secretary, at the 2019 Jiangsu Wuxi Xishan (Hong Kong) Economic and Trade Cooperation Symposium in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: Enoch Yiu Henry Tang Ying-yen, Hong Kong’s former chief secretary, at the 2019 Jiangsu Wuxi Xishan (Hong Kong) Economic and Trade Cooperation Symposium in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: Enoch Yiu
Henry Tang Ying-yen, Hong Kong’s former chief secretary, at the 2019 Jiangsu Wuxi Xishan (Hong Kong) Economic and Trade Cooperation Symposium in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: Enoch Yiu

Hong Kong protests don’t deter mainland China delegation from striking deals worth US$1.45 billion in city

  • Biggest deal struck involves US$300 million investment in an aviation parts project by unit of Impro Precision Industries
  • Wuxi delegation confident Hong Kong can cope with crisis around extradition bill and protests, says former chief secretary

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Henry Tang Ying-yen, Hong Kong’s former chief secretary, at the 2019 Jiangsu Wuxi Xishan (Hong Kong) Economic and Trade Cooperation Symposium in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: Enoch Yiu Henry Tang Ying-yen, Hong Kong’s former chief secretary, at the 2019 Jiangsu Wuxi Xishan (Hong Kong) Economic and Trade Cooperation Symposium in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: Enoch Yiu
Henry Tang Ying-yen, Hong Kong’s former chief secretary, at the 2019 Jiangsu Wuxi Xishan (Hong Kong) Economic and Trade Cooperation Symposium in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Photo: Enoch Yiu
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