The economy of Hong Kong

by Cheng, Tong Yung.

Publisher: Far East Publications in Hong Kong

Written in English
Published: Pages: 399 Downloads: 942
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  • Hong Kong (China) -- Economic conditions,
  • Hong Kong (China) -- Economic policy,
  • Hong Kong (China) -- Social conditions

Edition Notes

Statementby Cheng Tong Yung.
LC ClassificationsHC497.H6 C46 1977
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 399 p. :
Number of Pages399
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4582770M
LC Control Number77155802

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"The Hong Kong economy remained very weak in the second quarter ofas the COVID pandemic continued to deal heavy blows to global and local economic activities," said Au.

Covid is the. Hong Kong book enthusiasts were disappointed to find out the 31st edition of the city’s annual book fair was cancelled, but publishers are stepping up by offering discounts online. Restaurant employees prepare takeaway meals at a Chinese at a Chinese food court in Hong Kong, Wednesday, J Hong Kong’s economy shrank by 9% in the latest quarter, hurt by the coronavirus pandemic and facing more damage from the loss of U.S.

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A lot of people outside of Hong Kong call the city a concrete jungle, but actually about 70% of land in Hong Kong’s territories are country parks.

We are blessed with amazing hiking trails, the best in the world. What’s New: Hong Kong’s economy contracted % in the first quarter from a year ago, its worst quarterly decline on record, reflecting disruption from the Covid pandemic on top of months of social unrest and the China-U.S.

trade war. The drop surpassed a % contraction in the first quarter of and was the worst reading of the city’s economy since. Hong Kong Yearbook. F or Western readers looking to get caught up on the political struggle for Hong Kong’s future, a good place to start is Jeffrey Wasserstrom’s Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brink, a short book.

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Whitepapers, E-Books, etc. More Information Hong Kong's economy was 27 percent the size of China's with GDP amounting to $ billion and $ billion respectively according to the World Bank.

Hong Kong has a free market economy, highly dependent on international trade and finance - the value of goods and services trade, including the sizable share of reexports, is about four times GDP. Hong Kong has no tariffs on imported goods, and it levies excise duties on only four commodities, whether imported or produced locally: hard alcohol.

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"The Chinese Communist Party chose to crush the freedoms and autonomy of the people of Hong Kong. InHong Kong's economy was more resilient than its Asian peers. The real estate market was booming, and the HSI peaked at 16, points in August. However, leading international opinion at the time was bearish on the city's economic future with China.

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Here’s my modest contribution to the discussion, based on the Maddison database. P.S. Hong Kong still ranks as the world’s freest economy, though there are increasing worries about whether China will allow economic liberty in the long run.

The dilemma on when and how to open underscores the challenges facing Hong Kong as both the pandemic and the struggle between pro-democracy groups and China delivers a double whammy to the economy.

The crackdown in at Tiananmen Square in Beijing inspired fears that China would not respect Hong Kong's autonomy, and in the next few years many business people left, affecting Hong Kong's economy. InHong Kong's first direct legislative elections (which accounted for about 30% of the seats) were won almost entirely by liberal.

Hong Kong public libraries "will review whether certain books violate the stipulations of the National Security Law," the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, which runs the libraries, said.

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The Liaison Office has “a wide spectrum of control over the market of knowledge distribution,” said Lin On-yeung, store manager at ACO Book, a small book shop in Hong Kong's Wan Chai neighborhood.

AFP reported on Monday that Hong Kong’s government has instructed schools to “review” any books that might run afoul of the “four types of offenses clearly stipulated in the law.” “If they find outdated content or content that may concern the four aforementioned offences, they should remove them,” the Hong Kong Education Bureau instructed.

Hong Kong reported 73 new cases on Monday, its highest daily total of the pandemic. More important, health officials are unable to determine the origin of many of these cases, despite having a. China’s state-run Global Times reported approvingly on Thursday that Hong Kong has been forced to suppress countless movies, television shows, books, and online posts that could violate the new security law imposed by Beijing because the material could be judged to “threaten” Communist China, and those who display or sell the “threatening” material could be .