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Over 10 million visitors/year generate production in “Wholesale, retail, restaurants & hotels” (about 12% of GDP) and “Transport, Storage and Communications” (about 7% of GDP).
Return to Mainland after 1949
Inflows of Chinese immigrants
+ Strong linkage with other economic sectors such as trading, finance, construction, energy and transportation.
+ Relieving employment burden.
+ Government supports helpful (Trans-border industrial zone).
+ Strengthening in cooperation with China (CPEA).
- Not possible to achieve the necessary upgrade under the current industrial and production structure (SMEs)
- Unwillingness of banks to extend loans and no capital market support.