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Reopening Of CHINA- HK Borders, Good For Their Economies

Gary Ng, APAC Economist, Natixis SA

09-Jan-23 07:30

Reopening Of CHINA- HK Borders, Good For Their Economies

After three long years, checkpoints at the Hong Kong China border reopened yesterday. Businesses and residents are breathing a sigh of relief as the cost of separation has been huge. Natixis SA, an Investment Bank estimates Hong Kong’s economy lost $27 billion in potential growth. We speak to their economist, Gary Ng for an outlook.

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Produced by: Sim Wie Boon

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Chong Tjen San, Philip See


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