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by Hungdah Chiu,Y. C. Jao,Yuan Li Wu

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ISBN:
0899302416
Author:
Hungdah Chiu,Y. C. Jao,Yuan Li Wu
Category:
International
Language:
English
Publisher:
Praeger (June 23, 1987)
Pages:
268 pages
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Personal Name: Chiu, Hungdah, 1936-. Personal Name: Jao, Y. Jao, and Yuan-li W. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Written by eight specialists, this is the most comprehensive study yet of the future of Hong Kong. It contains a wealth of information and analysis and, on balance, is rather pessimistic. More: Asia Hong Kong. The Future of Hong Kong: Toward 1997 and Beyond. Introduction and Summary by Hungdah Chiu Hong Kong on the Eve of Communist Takeover by George L. Hicks Hong Kong's Economic Prospects After the Sino-British Agreement: A Preliminary Assessment by . August 1988 · The Journal of Asian Studies.

Hong Kong's expanding export-import trade and importance as a capital market have made it one of the major economic centers of Asia, second only to Tokyo. Consequently, the reversion of this previously capitalist city to the People's Republic of China ten years from now will have serious ramifications for the Western financial world. There is much speculation concerning the impact of communist control of the three principal factors which have contributed to Hong Kong's current standing: its political and social stability, economic reform, and the British legal system.