Without the mainland, Hong Kong would be left with only half its trade, and a quarter of its foreign investment and visitors.

Hong Kong must deepen integration with mainland China to survive the erosion of its maturing economy

Dan Steinbock says with its growth drivers in eclipse, Hong Kong must intensify integration with Guangdong

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Without the mainland, Hong Kong would be left with only half its trade, and a quarter of its foreign investment and visitors.
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