All is not lost for Hong Kong, but it needs some strategic planning from the government, Neil Newman writes. Photo: Winson Wong All is not lost for Hong Kong, but it needs some strategic planning from the government, Neil Newman writes. Photo: Winson Wong
All is not lost for Hong Kong, but it needs some strategic planning from the government, Neil Newman writes. Photo: Winson Wong
Neil Newman
Opinion

Opinion

Neil Newman

Make Hong Kong Great Again? With some creative planning, it’s possible

  • As Hong Kong’s woes pile up, Asian cities such as Tokyo or Singapore are jostling to take its place as a key regional financial centre
  • But the trade hub still has some things going for it, including a well-developed stock market, English common law and a distinct role in the Greater Bay Area

All is not lost for Hong Kong, but it needs some strategic planning from the government, Neil Newman writes. Photo: Winson Wong All is not lost for Hong Kong, but it needs some strategic planning from the government, Neil Newman writes. Photo: Winson Wong
All is not lost for Hong Kong, but it needs some strategic planning from the government, Neil Newman writes. Photo: Winson Wong
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Neil Newman

Neil Newman

Neil Newman is a thematic portfolio strategist focused on pan-Asian equity markets. Experienced in the major global financial centres of Tokyo, London and New York, he is a regular commentator on commercial investment strategies that suit constantly changing investor trends. He is a long-term resident of Hong Kong.