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  • How Exchange Rate and Interest Rate Affect Hong Kong Market

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    In 1983, Hong Kong implemented Fixed-linkage System to US currency because of the reason that Hong Kong currency was very unstable. This Fixed-linkage System is a fixed exchange rate system that fixes the exchange rate of Hong Kong Dollar and United State Dollar to a ratio of 7.8: 1 Hong Kong Monetary Authority does not need to stable exchange market by controlling the supply and demand of HKD. It can be stabilized by Fixed-linkage System. In the past 15 years, Hong Kong interest rates and exchange

  • Why A Currency Board Is A Rule Based Monetary Institution

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    A currency board is a rule-based monetary institution that first established in the British colony of Mauritius in 1849(Kwan and Lui, 1999). Since then, the board introduced to more than 70 countries and issued money for British colonies, which included Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and the Middle East as well as a few other small countries (Walters and Hanke, 1992). This development reached its heyday in the 1940s (Hanke, Jonung, and Schuler, 1993). After that, the Second World War changed this situation

  • my hobby

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    买方,港币方; BUYER : HKD 1、美元现钞兑换国际货币现汇,暂定兑换交易总额为 亿美元现钞。美元现钞所在地是香港特别行政区,任何其他现钞点验操作延长应经过双方共同商议。 FOREIGN EXCHANGE:FROM UNITED STATES DOLLARS CASH NOTES TO OTHER INTERNATIONAL CURRENCIES,TENTATIVE AMOUNT OF USD BILLIONS CASH NOTES AVAILABLE IN HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION. ANY ROLLS AND EXTENSION AND CONTRACT AMOUNT SHALL SUBJECT MUTUAL AGEEMENT. 2、时间期限:卖方将提早确定并通知买方第一次开始作业日期。 PERIOD OF OPERATION: TO BE IBENTIFIED AND

  • Hong Kong With Our Newest Acquisition Yammer

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    In conclusion I recommend we expand to Hong Kong with our newest acquisition Yammer. When we look at the financial health of the company and our current ratio is 2.50 meaning for every dollar the company owes it has $2.50 of assets, and the quick ratio is 2.44. These are huge and strong ratios and the main reason I know the company can expand its operations overseas with this new product. The tax situation is Hong Kong is very attractive to all types of companies. The rates here in the United States

  • Zara Marketing Plan Draft

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    Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Lee Wai Lee) Higher Diploma in Sales and Marketing – YEAR 3 Marketing Planning ZARA Course code/Class: 21905F/3D Group members: Chan Oi Yee (3) Chan Wing Sum (4) Cheng Jacqualine Wing Chun (5) Chiu Ka Man (9) Fong Ka Man (13) Leung Hoi Yi (22) Lecturer: Ms Cherry Tsui CONTENT INTRODUCTION EXCECUTIVE SUMMARY SITUATION ANALYSIS (PEST) SITUATION ANALYSIS (SWOT) SITUATION ANALYSIS (5 FORCES) OBJECTIVES (SHORT TERM) OBJECTIVES (LONG TERM) OBJECTIVES

  • Hong Kong and the Treaty of Nanking in 1842

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    Hong Kong was taken controlled by the British government because of the following treaty the Treaty of Nanking in 1842, the Treaty of Beijing in 1860 and the convention for the extension of Hong Kong Territory in 1898. The colonization of Hong Kong started from the Opium War that the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon had been ceded to UK in perpetuity. Because of the failure in the Second Opium War, both sides signed a treaty that the New Territories was leased 99 years by Chinese Empire to the British

  • Disneyland In Hong Kong- Good Or Bad?

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    Disneyland in Hong Kong- Good or Bad? The aim of this essay is to discuss the advantages and disadvantages in having Disneyland coming into Hong Kong. Disneyland is a famous theme part, with outlets all around the world, including Japan, America and France. And now, Disney decided that the next theme part it is going to locate itself is Hong Kong- is how beneficial will it be to Hong Kong? The diagram on the left shows the proposed location of Disney land in Hong Kong. It will be situated at the

  • China Sea And Pearl River Delta

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    BACKGROUND Hong Kong, is located on the southeast coast of China, the diplomatic location of Hong Kong on the South China Sea and Pearl River Delta helps it to become one of the world growing and worldly cities (Hong Kong Tourism Board, 2015). Before 18th century, Hong Kong was still an agricultural and manufacturing industries. In early 80’s to late 90’s, Hong Kong lost the comparative advantage in manufacturing as the opening up and reformation of the Mainland China, but the comparative advantage

  • My Experience At Zion Integrated Children And Youth Service Center Essay

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    My only placement experience with another race is the time when I worked as a student social worker in Hong Kong. I worked at Zion Integrated Children and Youth Service Center. It was located at a used-to-be one of the biggest industrial areas called Kwun Tong, and with the price of human resources and rent kept growing, factories moved to mainland China, leaving empty rooms (Leung, 2008). Later, most of these empty factories were divided into small rooms and leased out as residential rooms, and

  • My National Identity Lies With Hong Kong Essay

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    I was born in Hong Kong. Although Hong Kong is not a nation and is a part of China, my national identity lies with Hong Kong. After the British took control of Hong Kong, Hong Kong became more prosperous and adopted a capitalist system (Rothman, 2014). Due to the democratic freedom that the capitalist system gave, the citizens of Hong Kong became pro-democracy (Rothman, 2014). Hence, before Hong Kong was back under China’s control, the U.K. and China agreed upon “one country, two systems” (Rothman

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