HK expats stay cool under Chinese rule

Merrick, Neil
July 1997
People Management;07/10/97, Vol. 3 Issue 14, p10
Focuses on the response of United Kingdom companies employing expatriate workers in Hong Kong to the transfer of the control of the colony to China. Comment of Stella Littlewood of Ove Arup company regarding the effect of the transfer; Views of Carrie Chau, general manager of Hong Kong's Institute of Human Resource Management on UK expats; Information on the population of foreign expats of all nationalities in Hong Kong.


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