During the past three decades, Hong Kong has emerged as one of the leading international financial centres (IFCs) of the world. Since China began its economic reform and open-door policies in 1979, and since cross-strait economic contacts began to improve in the mid-1980s, Hong Kong's role has also become more varied and multi-faceted. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate Hong Kong as an IFC of Greater China (which comprises Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau). The territory's prospects as an IFC after its retrocession to China on July 1, 1997 will also be discussed.
Jao, Y. C. (1997). Hong Kong as a financial centre of greater China (CAPS Working Paper Series No.53). Retrieved from Lingnan University website: http://commons.ln.edu.hk/capswp/76
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