Hong Kong e Xangai: a história de duas cidades na China

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  • Li Sheng University of Macau

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2018.134683

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Concorrência, Cooperação, Integração, Competitividade, Liderança estratégica

Resumo

Com esta investigação, foi abordado o papel que Hong Kong tem desempenhado a longo prazo como centro financeiro internacional proeminente na Grande China e o impacto do rápido crescimento de Xangai em Hong Kong. A partir de uma abordagem abrangente da ciência política e econômica, ao invés de análises e projeções, é pouco provável que Xangai transcenda ou substitua Hong Kong como um centro financeiro internacional na região, de acordo com esta investigação. Apesar de Xangai ter feito grandes esforços para a revitalização do setor financeiro, Hong Kong manterá nos próximos anos seu status atual. Tendo em conta as diferenças das suas estruturas industriais e do posicionamento dos governos central e regional, essas duas cidades não vão necessariamente tornar-se rivais, podendo ser parceiras para se complementarem e servir as duas regiões distantes. De acordo com a investigação, a integração entre a economia de Hong Kong e a do interior da China é essencial para aumentar sua competitividade, ao passo que as reformas de políticas de Hong Kong também são propícias para manter sua vantagem estratégica em relação a Xangai.

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Biografia do Autor

Li Sheng, University of Macau

Professor and associate dean of Faculty of Social Sciences at University of Macau

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2018-12-13

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Sheng, L. (2018). Hong Kong e Xangai: a história de duas cidades na China. Tempo Social, 30(3), 171-190. https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2018.134683

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