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Hong Kong: The East Is Red

Frederic F. Clairmont
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 32, No. 32 (Aug. 9-15, 1997), pp. 2021-2022
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4405730
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Abstract

The final union of Hong Kong and China will shape in a dramatic way the world economy of the new century round the corner. Remarkably, in this context, the Asia Pacific region's share of Hong Kong's trades has climbed from 45.3 per cent at the end of the 1970s to over 73 per cent at present.

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