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laychee
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Posted by laychee > Aug 16, 2019 1:21 PM | Report Abuse

Most of the HK problems came from expensive housing. LKS made a lots of money from property developments.


laychee
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Posted by laychee > Aug 16, 2019 2:08 PM | Report Abuse

Extreme measure will invite western countries' intervention. It could into a big snowball.


EngineeringProfit
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Posted by EngineeringProfit > Aug 16, 2019 2:12 PM | Report Abuse

Hari Khatmat is near.......world deficit of love

......too intoxicated with greed.......power crazy.....bawah tempurung mindset


Junichiro
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Posted by Junichiro > Aug 16, 2019 2:18 PM | Report Abuse

Hong Kong protests could threaten city’s status as an international shipping hub, analysts say.

While Beijing has never spoken publicly about the economic consequences
of the escalating protests over the past two months, a widely shared view within China is that the central government should reduce its reliance on Hong Kong as its key financial and logistics gateway to the rest of the world.

This could result in mainland ports having greater autonomy in managing the shipment of goods into and out of China, analysts said.

China this month upgraded and expanded
a free-trade zone in Shanghai, which covers an area about the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon combined, with the ambitious goal of becoming “China’s bridgehead integrating into a globalised economy by 2035”.

Dr Collin Wong Wai-hung, associate dean of the School of Decision Sciences at the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, estimated Hong Kong could lose all transshipment rights in the non-Pearl River Delta region, which could translate into a loss of 2.4 million container twenty food-equivalent units (TEU) – a measurement of standard container sizes. Should China fully relax cabotage rules in other parts, this could dent Hong Kong’s annual container throughput (the cargo passing through the port) by 14 per cent. (SCMP)


laychee
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Posted by laychee > Aug 16, 2019 2:27 PM | Report Abuse

Conclusion: Hong Kong is a dead meat. No matter what the outcome is, this protest is not good for Hong Kong and its people.


Junichiro
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Posted by Junichiro > Aug 16, 2019 2:54 PM | Report Abuse

Posted by laychee > Aug 16, 2019 2:08 PM | Report Abuse

Extreme measure will invite western countries' intervention. It could into a big snowball.

It is within the Basic Law that PRC can move in at the request of HK government. Of course, if the inevitable comes.
Macao government have made such request after the flooding caused by Typhoon Mangkhut to assist in the clean up.


EngineeringProfit
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Posted by EngineeringProfit > Aug 16, 2019 5:40 PM | Report Abuse

Signs of Khatmat Day is near: PARADOX OF LIFE

Being part of majority subcommunity, instead of feeling reassuringly secured, insanely feels constantly being threatened by the minority....

The ones have got hold of power, instead of pushing for more equitable progressive agenda , craze for more power


Airline Bobby
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Posted by Airline Bobby > Aug 16, 2019 6:52 PM | Report Abuse

Ah it's all only because their profit is affected. If not they keep staying quiet


chinaman
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Posted by chinaman > Aug 16, 2019 8:32 PM | Report Abuse

All the billionaires tycoons who make fortune in HKG should be the party who intervene.....Over-capitalist causing social unrest and , wealth inequality Society
Why the wealth gap? Hong Kong’s disparity between rich and poor is greatest in 45 years, so what can be done?
A HK$690 billion budget surplus and expanding economy, but a growing divide between the haves and have-nots. Why is Hong Kong so unequal, and what are the solutions? Our nation also same similar problem...all the rich, powerful elites getting rich but poor citizens getting poorer. Then, we use ZAKAR NAIK as distraction of real issue. wakaka


Junichiro
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Posted by Junichiro > Aug 16, 2019 10:49 PM | Report Abuse

This is the legacy of British rule, namely unbridled capitalism. Total free market. Making a fortune during those times are never easy. Wealth inequality is great simply because the British cares only abt their own colonial interest not "Golden Rule". Yet, the protesters are worshiping the British like gods.

Just look at KL. A decade ago,in response to complaints abt developers building expensive condos to cater for foreigners, Hishamuddin replied "this is free enterprise" and that the government cannot intervene.


qqq3
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Posted by qqq3 > Aug 17, 2019 2:03 AM | Report Abuse

for HK youths, democracy is the new opium....


qqq3
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Posted by qqq3 > Aug 17, 2019 2:04 AM | Report Abuse

the difference is this time, China is strong and no one can defeat China.


qqq3
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Posted by qqq3 > Aug 17, 2019 2:09 AM | Report Abuse

it's actually very simple, any HK resident who wants a good life have to leave HK and live in China.....


EngineeringProfit
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Posted by EngineeringProfit > Aug 17, 2019 5:43 AM | Report Abuse

Same prophecy I have for those with first class mentality in degrading msia.....

.........have to emigrate to a new federation....imminent lion of asia......once being formed.......consist of 3 S's (saba, sara, sing)

immediately turn sing dollars the strongest currency in the world...exceed tgat of aussie

easily maintain at no.1 spot as happiest nation in the world for the next 10 years

getting into world guinness record for a country with most variety of popular food......bak kut teh.....chee cheong fun......Manok Pansoh, tuak.....

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