The panellists at the sixth edition of the “Redefining Hong Kong Debate Series”, organised by the South China Morning Post include, from left: Charlie Chen, the head of China Consumer Research at Credit Suisse; Ann Lavin, senior director of public policy and government relations for Asia-Pacific at Uber; Chua Kong-ho, technology editor at the SCMP; legislative councillor Charles Mok; and Mike Orgill, director of public policy for Asia-Pacific at Airbnb. Photo: K Y Cheng

Hong Kong should do more to foster development of sharing economy

Panellists at the South China Morning Post’s ‘Redefining Hong Kong Debate Series’ say the city is losing out on the opportunities from cultivating a strong sharing economy

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The panellists at the sixth edition of the “Redefining Hong Kong Debate Series”, organised by the South China Morning Post include, from left: Charlie Chen, the head of China Consumer Research at Credit Suisse; Ann Lavin, senior director of public policy and government relations for Asia-Pacific at Uber; Chua Kong-ho, technology editor at the SCMP; legislative councillor Charles Mok; and Mike Orgill, director of public policy for Asia-Pacific at Airbnb. Photo: K Y Cheng
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