Tara Joseph says Hong Kong’s competitive edge stems from its rule of law and transparency, as well as unique links with mainland China. If allowed to thrive, these would provide great momentum for the next two decadesTara Joseph says Hong Kong’s competitive edge stems from its rule of law and transparency, as well as unique links with mainland China. If allowed to thrive, these would provide great momentum for the next two decades
Tara Joseph says Hong Kong’s competitive edge stems from its rule of law and transparency, as well as unique links with mainland China. If allowed to thrive, these would provide great momentum for the next two decades

Hong Kong must play to its core strengths for another 20 years of world-beating prosperity

Tara Joseph says Hong Kong’s competitive edge stems from its rule of law and transparency, as well as unique links with mainland China. If allowed to thrive, these would provide great momentum for the next two decades

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Tara Joseph says Hong Kong’s competitive edge stems from its rule of law and transparency, as well as unique links with mainland China. If allowed to thrive, these would provide great momentum for the next two decadesTara Joseph says Hong Kong’s competitive edge stems from its rule of law and transparency, as well as unique links with mainland China. If allowed to thrive, these would provide great momentum for the next two decades
Tara Joseph says Hong Kong’s competitive edge stems from its rule of law and transparency, as well as unique links with mainland China. If allowed to thrive, these would provide great momentum for the next two decades
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