The Hong Kong government is setting up the Office for Attracting Strategic Enterprises to draw high-potential companies in hi-tech segments such as biotech, artificial intelligence and fintech to the city. Photo: Shutterstock
The Hong Kong government is setting up the Office for Attracting Strategic Enterprises to draw high-potential companies in hi-tech segments such as biotech, artificial intelligence and fintech to the city. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong’s biotech sector needs more measures to flourish, as John Lee’s policies fall short, say industry experts

  • John Lee’s new policies to help innovative industries are not enough, with experts calling for building a self-sustained ecosystem and easing restrictions for hiring talent
  • The Hang Seng Biotech Index is down 64.2 per cent since reaching its peak in June last year

The Hong Kong government is setting up the Office for Attracting Strategic Enterprises to draw high-potential companies in hi-tech segments such as biotech, artificial intelligence and fintech to the city. Photo: Shutterstock
The Hong Kong government is setting up the Office for Attracting Strategic Enterprises to draw high-potential companies in hi-tech segments such as biotech, artificial intelligence and fintech to the city. Photo: Shutterstock
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