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National Research University Higher School of EconomicsStudent ThesesHong Kong’s Economic Interaction with China Mainland in the 21st Century

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Zhanna Medvedeva
Hong Kong’s Economic Interaction with China Mainland in the 21st Century
8
2016
Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland interact in accordance with the ‘one country, two systems’ model and have their own unique basis for promoting trade and investment cooperation. Apart from maintaining existing economic links both parties are in search of new beneficial opportunities for further mutual trade and investment. The Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) is aimed at eliminating any trade and investment barriers between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland.

Present research focuses on the following issues: the main differences between the two economies, application of the Hong Kong – China’s Free Trade Agreement, trading peculiarities between the two parties, influence of economic interaction under CEPA on the re-integration process between Hong Kong and China.

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