Hong Kong’s government has a reputation for being inward-looking when it comes to formulating policies. Prior to the 1997 handover, such an approach was acceptable and made sense, as Hong Kong was separated from mainland China.
In his book “The China Strategy”, Edward Tse shared his years of experience as a consultant to a lot of companies outside of China that he helped build their businesses in China. The 247 page book isn’t a long read as most people would think. Edward carefully touched on the key areas that has formed the China Strategy that we know today.
HONG KONG — Amid frenzied outbound investments by mainland Chinese companies in 2016 the most voracious cross-border dealmaker by number of deals was a hospitality, aviation and finance conglomerate based in the southern province of Hainan.
As Trump calls on manufacturers to return to the US, what are the prospects for China’s industrial strategy?