In May 2001, Hong Kong launched a campaign to Hong Kong as Asia’s “World City” at the Fortune Global Forum, which was attended by more than 500 of the world’s most influential business leaders, China’s President Jiang Zemin and former U.S. President William promote Clinton. To date, this was the highlight of the Tung Chee-hwa, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) efforts to push the development of Hong Kong into a world city since the change of government in 199 … Read more »

In May 2001, Hong Kong launched a campaign to Hong Kong as Asia’s “World City” at the Fortune Global Forum, which was attended by more than 500 of the world’s most influential business leaders, China’s President Jiang Zemin and former U.S. President William promote Clinton. To date, this was the highlight of the Tung Chee-hwa, the Chief Executive of Special Administrative Hong Kong Region (SAR), the efforts to develop Hong Kong into a world city since the change of government in 1997 (push of a British colony, a autonomous system in China). Although the idea of ​​being a world city appeals to many different groups in Hong Kong, there has been much disagreement about what a world city and what Hong Kong should focus on to achieve this status. Designed for an MBA level course in International Business.
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Michael J. Enright,
Elyssa Tran,
Andrew Lee
Source: University of Hong Kong
40 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 15, 2001. Prod #: HKU138-PDF-ENG
Hong Kong as Asia’s World City HBR case solution

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