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economic growth of Hong Kong

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hong Kong (China)
    • Subjects:
    • Hong Kong (China) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdward Szczepanik.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC470.3 .S93 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 186 p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages186
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2548477M
      ISBN 100313250545
      LC Control Number85030507

      Hong Kong's economic growth continued strongly in the middle s, when its GDP per capita exceeded that of the United Kingdom. Hong Kong fell behind in the late s Asian economic crisis, but soon recovered. By , Hong Kong's GDP per capita had risen to 27 percent above that of the United Kingdom. Hong Kong’s future economic development, including the global economic situation, Mainland-Hong Kong integration, economic restructuring, productivity changes, immigration, aging, etc. Indeed, the average annual real growth rate was only % between and and would be % between and Hong Kong’s economic growth, providing impetus to growth of other sectors and creating employment. (1) Import and export import and export trade is the most important industries in Hong Kong’s service industry, has been playing an important role in the development of Hong Kong Size: KB.


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Jack So, chairman of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, and Leo Yip, chairman of the Singapore Economic Development.

Economic Growth. Free Markets Make the World a Better Place Sir John Cowperthwaite and the Making of Hong Kong. Sir John Cowperthwaite was the financial secretary of Hong Kong between and. The Case of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia DOI link for Institutions and Economic Growth in Asia.

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After all, Hong Kong’s GDP had at one time been one of the world’s most impressive growth rates in the world. Its strategy to adopt an outward-looking policy with export-oriented industrialization paid off.

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By looking at the economic performance since the s, this book. The volume provides an overview of economic growth in East Asia as well as more specific studies on Japan, Korea, China, and Hong Kong. Offering important insights into the causes and consequences of this transition, this book will benefit students, researchers, and policy makers focused on East Asia as well as anyone concerned with similar.Hong Kong's economic history has formed the country and economy it is now.

Hong Kong's history truly started from the time when the British gained control of it from the Chinese. Until then, Hong Kong was simply a port city of China.

The first segment of Hong Kong's economic history was under early British rule from the s to the s.References on Economic Growth Charles I. Jones January 7, This collection of references is, by its nature, incomplete and always growing.

Feel free to suggest additions. 1. Basic References Barro, Robert J. and Xavier Sala-i-Martin, Economic Growth, McGraw-Hill, Jones, Charles I., Introduction to Economic Growth, New York: W.W File Size: 53KB.