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Hong Kong’s GDP is expected to grow 4.3% in 2012 with growth coming mainly from domestic demand and services exports, according to CityU forecast.
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Hong Kong’s GDP will grow by 5.1% this year, say researchers at CityU. The data was submitted to the United Nations’ publication World Economic Outlook.
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About 200 scholars and professionals from around the world gathered at the All China Economic International Conference on 14 December to exchange ideas on a variety of economic issues concerning the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation community.
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The environment was given the good news and the bad news at a Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta Distinguished Lecture delivered by world-renowned economist and Honorary Professor at CityU, Professor Gregory Chow.
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Celebrated political economist Professor Gregory C. Chow, Honorary Professor of Department of Economics and Finance, delivered an optimistic lecture on 24 July on the balance between China's energy needs and environment.
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Professor Cheng Hsiao, Honorary Professor, Department of Economics and Finance, delivered a distinguished lecture on 5 June, evaluating the economic impact of CEPA on Hong Kong.
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Two international conferences promoting academic exchanges on economic and trade-related issues will be held at CityU between 16 and 19 May.
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The Department of Economics and Finance hosted a conference on 15 March to discuss recent developments in the financial markets and the role of professional training.
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CityU hosted a roundtable forum to promote discussion on the issue of poverty in Hong Kong on 23 February. Speakers included local and overseas academics, Government officials and representatives from social services and policy research organisations.
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World-renowned economist Professor Gregory C. Chow shared his views on applied research in his speech “From Research to Social Change” on 9 July at CityU. The event was co-organized by Run Run Shaw Library and the Department of Economics and Finance.

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