Published on: 2016-03-10
IEMS’ Albert Park was interviewed on China and Hong Kong’s economic prospects given China’s recent economic downturn. In the interview, Prof. Park details his concern that China’s much-needed structural reforms may be derailed by its efforts maintain its growth levels by returning to “old methods” of economic stimulation, such as via investment in infrastructure and real estate and increased lending.
Hear the full radio interview here: RTHK Radio 3
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