China’s 13th Five-Year Plan to be launched in early 2016 aims to maintain an average annual economic growth at a medium to high speed of over 6.5% during 2016-2020. Certain key development areas like enhancement of innovation, strengthening of environmental protection, promotion of Belt and Road initiative and implementation of the two-child policy would bring about new opportunities. Wing Chu, HKTDC Senior Economist for Greater China, examines the likely implications for Hong Kong businesses.
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