Shoppers walk round a duty-free mall in Sanya, on Hainan island. China is pinning its hopes for growth on domestic consumption, which should being new opportunities for Hong Kong companies providing goods and services. Photo: Xinhua Shoppers walk round a duty-free mall in Sanya, on Hainan island. China is pinning its hopes for growth on domestic consumption, which should being new opportunities for Hong Kong companies providing goods and services. Photo: Xinhua
Shoppers walk round a duty-free mall in Sanya, on Hainan island. China is pinning its hopes for growth on domestic consumption, which should being new opportunities for Hong Kong companies providing goods and services. Photo: Xinhua
Ken Chu
Opinion

Opinion

Ken Chu

How Hong Kong fits into the big picture of China’s long-term development

  • Even with Beijing’s focus on innovation and domestic consumption, there are many opportunities for Hong Kong, whether it is to provide goods and services for Chinese consumers, or help attract international investment

Shoppers walk round a duty-free mall in Sanya, on Hainan island. China is pinning its hopes for growth on domestic consumption, which should being new opportunities for Hong Kong companies providing goods and services. Photo: Xinhua Shoppers walk round a duty-free mall in Sanya, on Hainan island. China is pinning its hopes for growth on domestic consumption, which should being new opportunities for Hong Kong companies providing goods and services. Photo: Xinhua
Shoppers walk round a duty-free mall in Sanya, on Hainan island. China is pinning its hopes for growth on domestic consumption, which should being new opportunities for Hong Kong companies providing goods and services. Photo: Xinhua
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