The Chamber represents and promotes the interests of our members and Australian business in the region through business-to-government relations with the Hong Kong and Australian governments, leading policy institutions and individuals.

Through advocacy submission, policy papers, closed door roundtables with senior government officials, and engagement with the press, AustCham is a clear and central voice representing our members' interests. 

Apr 18, 2024
AustCham has responded to an Australian Treasury consultation on the expansion of Australia’s tax treaty network by advocating for a Comprehensive Double Tax Agreement (CDTA) between Australia and Hong Kong.
Mar 06, 2024
The Hong Kong SAR Government's Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau (FSTB) invited consultation on Hong Kong's Tax treaty network expansion. AustCham shared its support for expanding Hong Kong’s tax treaty network by considering a Comprehensive Double Tax Agreement (CDTA) between Australia and Hong Kong.
Jan 21, 2024
The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (AustCham) has written to the Financial Secretary with our recommendations for the 2024-25 Budget. AustCham welcomes the opportunity to work with the Hong Kong Government in the development and roll out of initiatives arising from this year’s budget.
Oct 18, 2023
On 18 October 2023 AustCham Hong Kong wrote to Australian Ministers and Assistant Ministers to brief them on the concerns of our members regarding proposed changes to Australia's Individual Tax Residency Rules.
Dec 23, 2022
AustCham's submission to the Australian Treasury consultation on Tax treaty network expansion 2022.