Civic Exchange organised a breakfast briefing to launch its new report – Beyond the Pearl River Delta: The Contest Begins“.
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Civic Exchange, Rocky Mountain Institute and World Wide Fund Hong Kong
By Christine Loh A listing of proposals for policy making in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange, with the encouragement of the Commerce, Industry and Technology Bureau (CITB), organised a half-day Workshop to explore the possible evolution of the HKSAR Government’s policy objectives with regard to the telecommunications sector, as well as the future structure and development of the industry. For workshop report, please click here.
By Geoff Rogers and John Patient, Sustainable Transport Planning (Asia) Ltd. * Competition in the Public Transport and on Toll Roads By Geoff Rogers and John Patient, Sustainable Transport Planning (Asia) Ltd. * Aspects of Public Transport in London, Singapore and Tokyo that Illuminate Competition Issues Concerning Hong Kong’s Public Transport By Richard Gilbert This [...]
By Stephen Bronstein This is the fourth in a series of reports by Civic Exchange that explore the role of competition and regulatory regimes in Hong Kong. The others, on competition policy, competition in the telecommunications sector and competition in the public transport sector can be viewed at www.civic-exchange.org.
In February 2003, Morgan Stanley and Civic Exchange co-hosted an outlook session on Competition Policy in the Hong Kong Telecom Sector. Participants included representatives from the SAR’s various communication service providers, the Office for the Telecommunications Authority (OFTA), the Hong Kong government, consumer groups and the investment and academic communities. Click here to read the [...]
By Peter Roth QC, Richard Whish, Dr. Mark Williams, Catherine Tsui and Steve Xu Hong Kong’s competitiveness is bound closely with competition regulation in the SAR – or the lack thereof. How long can Hong Kong remain the only developed region without a competition law? When competitive forces are unleashed, the impact can be startling. [...]