Keeping Hong Kong’s competitive edge in China
Economic Relations with the Mainland | 2015-06-17 HKET Next Prev
For the first time in a decade, Hong Kong lost its place to Shenzhen as the most competitive city in China, announced by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences this May. Yet as reflected by another International ranking released in the same month, Hong Kong has outperformed Singapore and ranked as the world’s second most competitive economy. This week, the Centre reviews how Hong Kong could position itself in China’s development to keep its edge in the future.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.
Key points in English are listed on the right for reference.