Hong Kong and China: Telecommunications After 1997

Paper presented at the Hong Kong Telecommunications and Network Competition Conference (IIR), Furama Hotel, Hong Kong 28-30 September 1994.

Hong Kong and China: Telecommunications After 1997

Rather than outline the recent developments in China’s telecommunications industry and then examining the investment and trade-in-service opportunities for Hong Kong-based companies doing business in China, this paper asks the more complex question: what are the implications of 1997 for that relationship?

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