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Dialogue 2012-02-10 Mainland & Hong Kong work to tackle economic challenges

02-10-2012 21:03 BJT

Hong Kong''s economy grew by five percent in 2011 in real terms. Talking about inflation, the underlying inflation rate for 2011 averaged 5.3 percent, a marked rise from the 1.7 percent in 2010. Facing the global financial crisis, the HKSAR has taken a series of measures including maintaining a stable economy, stimulating consumption, supporting enterprises, and increasing job opportunities. These measures have been proven to be effective. The central government attaches great importance to Hong Kong''s financial and economic stability, and will continue to support the region to overcome the challenges brought about by the world financial turmoil.

Dialogue 2012-02-10 Mainland & Hong Kong work to tackle economic challenges

Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guests:

Professor Liu Qiao, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

Annie Wu, CPPCC Standing Committee Member, Vice Chairman of Beijing Air
Catering LTD

Online Guest:

Raymond Zhou, Columnist of China Daily

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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