Information about getting started and doing business in Hong Kong can be found on the following web-sites.
Consulate General of Sweden, Hong Kong
GovHK is the one-stop portal of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, making information and services of the public sector easier to find and use.
Inland Revenue Department
Established in July 2000, InvestHK is the department for foreign direct investment, under the policy purview of the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR Government. InvestHK are responsible for attracting and facilitating foreign direct investment into the city. All InvestHK’s services are free, customised and confidential.
Support and Consultation Center for Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs)
Trade & Industry
To obtain information, assistance or advice on all matters relating to trade and industry, please visit the web-site of the Hong Kong Trade & Industry department and Hong Kong Trade Development Council:
Visas & Work permits
To obtain information on visas & work permits please visit Immigration Department
Business consultant services for Swedish Companies in Hong Kong and China.
Business Sweden in Hong Kong and China provides the following services to Swedish companies in order to help them become more competitive on a global market:
Export and import assistance
Market research and entry strategies
Professional & Business Services – Establish a Business in Hong Kong
Primasia Corporate Services Limited (Tailor-made incorporation, accounting, payroll, trade documentation and visa services)
ScanAsia Consulting Ltd (Accounting services, start-up and implementation of financial management systems etc)
S.P.P’ng & Company at firstname.lastname@example.org (Accounting-, taxation-, audit-, secretarial services)
Sunwide Management Ltd(Business consulting and corporate structuring services, settlement services etc)
Yiu Cho Yan, Certified Public Accountant (Accounting and consultancies services)
ICAC Independent Commission Against Corruption - Legal Guidelines for SMEs