Does the Belt and Road initiative start in Hong Kong?
For many corporate treasurers Hong Kong quite simply has the edge.
In terms, of global positioning, liquidity, technology and a regulated market, Hong Kong is ideally placed to serve the opportunities that are set to come out of the massive infrastructure project.
But to what extent can Hong Kong keep its position – given the competition from Singapore and even places like London and New York – and to what extent can it remain the gateway to China? How well is Hong Kong serving China’s CEO’s as they seek to internationalise their businesses?
At another CT roundtable, industry leaders discuss the future of Hong Kong and what it means for the businesses whose fortunes are now a part of one of the largest infrastructure projects the world has ever seen.
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