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Phone interview: Impact of Li Keqiang's visit on HK's economy

08-18-2011 08:26 BJT

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To talk more on Vice Premier Li's first visit to Hong Kong, we have Professor Xiang Songzuo in the studio. He's Deputy Director of the International Monetary Research Center at Renmin University.

Q1: Recently, we have seen a lot of repercussions in the global economy. America's triple A credit rating has been downgraded, the euro zone's debt crisis is spreading and the stock market has been unnervingly unstable affecting Hong Kong. So what impact will Li's visit have?

Q2: The Chinese mainland signed some economic and trade cooperation projects with Hong Kong in a forum on Wednesday. The Ministry of Finance has also decided to launch the third RMB government bond to Hong Kong. How will the new policies affect Hong Kong's economy?

 

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