Thoughts of Chairman Li

Ferguson, Tim W.; Kwok Wai Yin, Vivian
January 2007
Forbes Asia;1/8/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p62
The article presents an interview with Chinese businessman Li Ka-shing. He talks about the reorganization in Hong Kong telecommunication firm PCCW, which has caused his son to loss his major stake in the company. He discusses the growth of his conglomerate firm Hutchison Whampoa. He also talks about the issue of intellectual property protection in China.


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