After the Chinese mainland joined the World Trade Organization in 2001 for direct global trade, Hong Kong's traditional export-import role diminished. The SAR seeks value-added opportunities in the Greater Bay Area, ASEAN, and RCEP. It faces different challenges. Oswald Chan reports from Hong Kong.
As Hong Kong begins the process of selecting its leader for the sixth time since returning to the motherland, it is also time for the city to find new growth models in response to a changing world.
The article 《香港經濟轉型升級迫在眉睫》 was originally published in Hong Kong Economic Journal column 「龍虎山下」
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