Thoroughly revised and updated, this second edition discusses how the land system in Hong Kong, inherited from the British, has helped to create unrivaled wealth for the ruling class and how the lack of competition law has encouraged industrial and economic concentration in these same entities. Arguing that the land system, industrial concentration, and phenomenal wealth imbalance have given rise to a host of social and economic ills, the concise analysis concludes by offering solutions to heal Hong Kong of these problems.
|Publisher:||Enrich Professional Publishing|
|Edition description:||Second edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Alice Poon has 20 years of experience in the real estate industry, 17 of which were with two property developers in Hong Kong. She is a former senior financial journalist, a former employee of Kerry Properties, and a former personal assistant to Kwok Tak Seng, the late chairman and founder of the Sun Hung Kai Properties Group in Hong Kong. She lives in British Columbia, Canada.