Allan Zeman (second left), chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group, Witman Hung (second right), principal liaison officer for Hong Kong at the Shenzhen Qianhai Authority and Tony Verb (right), co-founder and partner at GreaterBay Venture & Advisors, take part in a panel discussion titled ‘The competition conundrum’, at the South China Morning Post’s China Conference, on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse

Enough opportunities for Hong Kong’s youth in Greater Bay Area, but it’s not the answer to the city’s problems, says Allan Zeman

  • Beijing needs one country, two systems as it has worked well so far, Allan Zeman says at the China Conference
  • Other participants in the panel discussion also say that Hong Kong’s youth must not be forced to seek work in the mainland
Topic |   Greater Bay Area

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Allan Zeman (second left), chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group, Witman Hung (second right), principal liaison officer for Hong Kong at the Shenzhen Qianhai Authority and Tony Verb (right), co-founder and partner at GreaterBay Venture & Advisors, take part in a panel discussion titled ‘The competition conundrum’, at the South China Morning Post’s China Conference, on Wednesday. Photo: May Tse
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