Business & Economy of Hong Kong
The Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macau Bridge, a 55-km (34 mi) long bridge-tunnel system connects Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai, three major cities on the Pearl River Delta.
Hong Kong's economy
Hong Kong has a free market economy, characterized by low taxation and almost free port trade. It is ranked as the world's most open economy in the Index of Economic Freedom of The Heritage Foundation
, but it is highly dependent on international trade and finance. Hong Kong's currency
, the Hong Kong Dollar (HKD), is closely linked to the US dollar. The territory's main trading goods are gold, diamonds, jewelry, telephones, and broadcasting equipment. 
Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Responsible for maintaining monetary and banking stability.
Trade and Industry Department
Department for the development of Hong Kong trade and industry.
Hong Kong Convention &
Hong Kong General Chamber
Hong Kong Trade Development
Promoting Hong Kong's external trade in goods and services.
Hong Kong Economic and Trade
The Permanent Representatives of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government
(HKSARG) in the United States.
Government initiative to promote Hong Kong as "Asia's world city".
Hong Kong Yellow Pages
Hong Kong version of the Yellow Pages.
Hong Kong Economic Journal
Chinese language daily newspaper.
HKEJ Editorial Hong Kong Economic Journal (in English)
The "Star" Ferry
Hong Kong's passenger ferry service.
Cathay Pacific Airways
Hong Kong's major airline was founded in 1946.
Hong Kong International Airport
Chek Lap Kok Airport is Hong Kong's international airport.