The Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) was established under Ordinance, Cap 321 of the laws
of Hong Kong, in 1960. The objectives of the FHKI are:
to promote and foster the interests of Hong Kong's industrial and business communities;
to promote trade, investment, technological advancement, manpower development, and business opportunities in Hong Kong;
to represent business's views and advise the government on policies and legislation which affect business
The General Committee is the FHKI's policy-making and management authority, while the Secretariat is responsible for policy implementation and day-to-day operations.