After China reopening, Hong Kong sees economy will pick up growth
Financial Secretary Paul Chan said the city is quickly returning to normalcy.
As Hong Kong returns to normal and China reopens, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said the economy is starting to pick up growth.
He said the market will benefit from the "one country, two systems,” making Hong Kong the only place where “China advantages and international advantages converge.”
“In many different areas such as financial services and innovation and technology, Hong Kong plays the role of connecting the Mainland and the world, thereby actively contributing to the prosperity and sustained development of Asia,” Chan said in a luncheon at the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.