October 8, 2010

Hong Kong Can Steer China's Debate

Kevin Rafferty, Japan Times

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China's ability to debate and reach sensible conclusions earlier on these economic issues might have been aided if there had been helpful contributions from Hong Kong or Japan — the former because of its key role in China's great economic leap forward, and the latter because of its experience of creating prosperity from the ashes of war and defeat.

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