Chinese and South African technicians work inside a locomotive to be assembled at a Transnet Engineering plant in Pretoria, South Africa, in July last year. Economic ties between China and African countries have deepened under the Belt and Road Initiative, a Chinese effort to take its infrastructure building and other capabilities beyond borders. Photo: Xinhua
Christine Loh
Opinion

Opinion

Christine Loh

Beyond the trade war, Hong Kong should see a fortune waiting to be made in emerging markets

Christine Loh says the trade war is taking attention away from the new opportunities opening up in the BRICS economies, and China’s own belt and road and Greater Bay Area plans. Hong Kong should not miss out

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Chinese and South African technicians work inside a locomotive to be assembled at a Transnet Engineering plant in Pretoria, South Africa, in July last year. Economic ties between China and African countries have deepened under the Belt and Road Initiative, a Chinese effort to take its infrastructure building and other capabilities beyond borders. Photo: Xinhua
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