Economy Strong, But Downside Risks

August 2006
Asia Monitor: China & North East Asia Monitor;Aug2006, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p7
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The article discusses the economic data and outlook for Hong Kong, China. There has been an impressive economic growth of 8.2 percent in first quarter of 2006, attributed largely to exports. However, it is expected that the economy could experience slowdown in the second half of the year as exports decline. Analysts remarked that the downturn in exports will not be an immediate threat and remain their positive economic forecast for the city.


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