HKU Business School publishes the “Hong Kong Economic Policy Green Paper 2022”, joining hands to offer recommendations on Hong Kong’s economic development
HKU Business School today announced the “Hong Kong Economic Policy Green Paper 2022” (Green Paper 2022). The Green Paper aims to analyse the key areas of Hong Kong's economic policy and find new insights into enhancing Hong Kong’s economic development.
23 Sep 2022
Chen Zhiwu, a professor of finance at the University of Hong Kong, says Chinese leaders understand military conflicts may be “hard to avoid” if Beijing wants to unify Taiwan with the mainland. “The comprehensive economic sanctions against Russia after its invasion of Ukraine have only added urgency to [China] achieving self-sufficiency in technology, finance, food and energy,” Chen adds. “Self-sufficiency as a phrase has regained currency in the party’s publications.”
15 Sep 2022
14 Sep 2022
“Hong Kong is located at the centre of RCEP – if you visualise RCEP as a sun dial, you have mainland China, South Korea, Japan to the north of Hong Kong. To the south of Hong Kong, you have ASEAN, New Zealand, and Australia, so there’s a lot of trade data flows going through Hong Kong.
2 Sep 2022
24 Aug 2022
Singapore’s new talent attraction initiatives could include special visas, relocation grants: observers
This would be if the government wishes to attract "young, fresh or 'unproven' talent", said Gedeon Lim, a Singaporean economist from the University of Hong Kong. But he added: "If they are looking mainly for established, top 1 percentile innovators, bankers, thought leaders in their respective fields, we already have a scheme in place, so it seems difficult to think of what else the government might be able to do, short of lowering the threshold and increasing the quota for these existing visa schemes."
22 Aug 2022