Hong Kong / China: Building bridges
The Closer Economic Partnership Agreement between China and Hong Kong is seen as a huge gesture of goodwill by the mainland Government, leaving solicitors on the island ready for a surge in work, say Keith Brandt and Amy Jong
The Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) between mainland China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region was signed on 29 June, 2003. This landmark free-trade agreement aims to give Hong Kong companies and professionals an advantage over foreign businesses in the mainland Chinese market.
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