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Shanghai – Another Hongkong?

Posted by iBlog on August 9, 2007

Shanghai and Hong Kong are both known internationally as Asia’s leading business and economic centers in Asia. Shanghai’s reputation was established primarily before the Second World War when it was one of the safest and most open cities in a land of unending turmoil. Hong Kong emerged onto the international scene after the Second World War as one of Asia’ greatest economic miracles and the world’s freest economy. In some ways, Hong Kong’s rise was partly a consequence of Shanghai’s decline after China embarked on a course of socialist experimentation

Read the full article in Harvard Internation Review

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