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Hong Kong's Economy Treading on Slippery Ground
ZHANG Yang; Sarah Y TONG
Source PublicationEAST ASIAN POLICY

Hong Kong's economy is projected to have grown by 3.2% in 2018, a moderation from a buoyant 3.7% in 2017. This relatively robust performance was sustained by healthy domestic demand and a steady growth in external demand. Economic ties with the Mainland continued to strengthen, with completed and new infrastructure projects. For 2019, however, Hong Kong's economy faces new challenges, related both to uncertainties in the global economy and possible deterioration in China-US economic relations.

WOS Research AreaGovernment & Law
WOS SubjectPolitical Science
WOS IDWOS:000462790200006
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Business Administration
Corresponding AuthorZHANG Yang
Affiliation1.Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
2.East Asian Institute
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ZHANG Yang,Sarah Y TONG. Hong Kong's Economy Treading on Slippery Ground[J]. EAST ASIAN POLICY,2019,11(1):67-79.
APA ZHANG Yang,&Sarah Y TONG.(2019).Hong Kong's Economy Treading on Slippery Ground.EAST ASIAN POLICY,11(1),67-79.
MLA ZHANG Yang,et al."Hong Kong's Economy Treading on Slippery Ground".EAST ASIAN POLICY 11.1(2019):67-79.
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