A cargo ship at the Kwai Tsing container terminals. Hong Kong has historically been a key entrepot for trade between mainland China and the world. Photo: Winson Wong
A cargo ship at the Kwai Tsing container terminals. Hong Kong has historically been a key entrepot for trade between mainland China and the world. Photo: Winson Wong
Wai-Hong Tang
Opinion

Opinion

Wai-Hong Tang and Neville Lai

How joining the RCEP can revive Hong Kong’s role as a regional ‘super connector’

  • As a member of the mega trade partnership, Hong Kong could serve as a bridge between regional economies – a role it knows well
  • Helping to expand trade links across Asia would strengthen the region’s supply chain resilience, while also restoring our city’s ‘international‘ status

A cargo ship at the Kwai Tsing container terminals. Hong Kong has historically been a key entrepot for trade between mainland China and the world. Photo: Winson Wong
A cargo ship at the Kwai Tsing container terminals. Hong Kong has historically been a key entrepot for trade between mainland China and the world. Photo: Winson Wong
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