The Chinese national flag and the Hong Kong flag are flanked by skyscrapers housing the international banks and financial institutions that the city is famed for. Photo: AFP The Chinese national flag and the Hong Kong flag are flanked by skyscrapers housing the international banks and financial institutions that the city is famed for. Photo: AFP
The Chinese national flag and the Hong Kong flag are flanked by skyscrapers housing the international banks and financial institutions that the city is famed for. Photo: AFP

Letters | Play to Hong Kong’s strengths, don’t ask it to be something it is not

  • Hong Kong’s attraction lies in its laws, currency and position as an international financial centre
  • Trying to turn the city into a hi-tech hub for the Greater Bay Area is misguided

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
The Chinese national flag and the Hong Kong flag are flanked by skyscrapers housing the international banks and financial institutions that the city is famed for. Photo: AFP The Chinese national flag and the Hong Kong flag are flanked by skyscrapers housing the international banks and financial institutions that the city is famed for. Photo: AFP
The Chinese national flag and the Hong Kong flag are flanked by skyscrapers housing the international banks and financial institutions that the city is famed for. Photo: AFP
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