President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on an outdoor screen in Hong Kong last Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on an outdoor screen in Hong Kong last Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg
President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on an outdoor screen in Hong Kong last Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong has nothing to fear from surging Shenzhen, officials say, though city must remain proactive, seize opportunities

  • Finance secretary, former chief executive among those urging residents to seek ways to maintain edge in wake of speech by President Xi Jinping
  • New initiatives for mainland neighbour, meanwhile, suggest an increased emphasis on areas for which Hong Kong has long been known

Topic |   Shenzhen
President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on an outdoor screen in Hong Kong last Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on an outdoor screen in Hong Kong last Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg
President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on an outdoor screen in Hong Kong last Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg
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