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A world class city (19 Oct 2000)

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The Chief Executive's policy addresses for the last three years has repeatedly stressed the SAR government's vision for Hong Kong to become the world-class city in Asia. The program explores the meaning of "world class city", a city with good business operations, cultural amenities and living environments. Michael J. Enright (School of Business, The University of Hong Kong) believes that despite regional competition Hong Kong will be able to secure its position as a business centre in the Southeast Asian region. While Hong Kong is seen as a safe city with a good infrastructure, problems such as serious air pollution, human resources, and cultural sensitivity are still to be solved.

Program: 
Pearl Report
Publish Date: 
Thursday, October 19, 2000
Station: 
TVB
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