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  • 「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列(out of stock)

「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列(out of stock)

III. 澳門與香港

楊汝萬, 沈建法, 紀緯紋

Chinese , 2008/01 HKIAPS, Occasional Paper Series Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK

Tags: Hong Kong Studies

215 x 140 mm , 38pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-962-441-193-5

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Macao and Hong Kong are the only two Special Administrative Regions (SARs) in China. After the severe blow the two SARs sustained during the Asian financial crisis, their economic and social development has been exceptionally rapid, especially that of Macao. However, what the future holds for the economic development of both China and the world is uncertain. Economies are in flux, and there will be numerous attendant challenges for the two SARs. They will have to seek new goals of development as well as new ways of achieving development. At the same time, amid uneasy economic and social transitions, opportunities beckon for the two SARs. CEPA and the Individual Visit Scheme are the two most influential policies that have been implemented by the central government and two SAR governments during the Tenth Five-year Plan period. The contribution of these policies is significant. These policies will continue in the Eleventh Five-year Plan period and more policies that are beneficial to the SARs have already been implemented or will soon be introduced. Macao and Hong Kong should ensure that they are in a position to seize all valuable opportunities arising from their SAR status, by identifying the challenges and opportunities of cooperation and integration between Macao and Hong Kong. They should then formulate and implement new regional development strategies, so that the two SARs will be able to enhance their integration within the framework of the Greater Pearl River Delta and Pan-Pearl River Delta. In addition, integration should help them to resolve their critical internal economic and social problems and free them from the constraints on their future development. Ultimately, the two SARs should strive to establish the unique roles that their status will allow them to play in the country as well as in the world and, at the same time, pursue sustainable development in a regional context.

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