Can Hong Kong still compete? Top lawyers raise concerns about the city's future as a financial centre
Welcoming more than 100 delegates to Legal Week's third Corporate Counsel Forum Hong Kong, Solicitor General Frank Poon alluded to the city's recent ranking as 20th in the world for economic freedom and third as a global financial centre.
Panelists at Legal Week’s Corporate Counsel Forum Hong Kong say the city needs to tackle major challenges if it wants to retain its position as a key financial hub. Elizabeth Broomhall reports
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