Hong Kong needs to build new strengths, lower costs of doing business and improve quality of life to attract more investors to the city, says a leading political observer.
Associate Professor Peter Cheung from Hong Kong University's department of politics and public administration told The Straits Times that it is not enough for the territory to emphasise its traditional strengths such as greater freedom of speech, sound infrastructure and rule of law.
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