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Hong Kong
  • Capital: Hong Kong
  • Population: 6898686
  • Size: 1092.0 Km2

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Hong Kong - South Africa’s gateway to China
G. Shelton 2012
South Africa has responded to the rise of East Asia by building new commercial links with the region, especially with China. South Africa has sought to build a strategic partnership with the Asian giant in the hope of securing a key p...
Reserve Management in Asia: changing contours and challenges
Research and Information System for Developing Countries, 2012
Reserve management assumed centre stage in policymaking in Asia after the massive collateral damage caused during the 1997-98 East Asian financial crisis spreading all over the region. In addition to the after-crisis retreat to policy...
Open and distance learning, blended learning, and administration and management practices in ICTs
UNESCO Bangkok: Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, 2011
This is a research study on the use of ICT for higher education in the Asia and Pacific region. This publication highlights the results from case studies that investigated the use of ICT in three areas: open and distance learning; ble...
Pensions in Asia and the Pacific
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2012
In addition to giving insights on the sustainability of public pensions and the pressures they face with the mounting demographic issues, Pensions at a Glance – Asia/Pacific Edition 2011 aims to enhance interaction between OECD ...
Benefiting from market access opportunities
id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2005
Developing countries cannot achieve sustainable growth and poverty reduction unless they integrate into the world economy. Trade reforms are necessary, but not enough to maximise the potential benefits of trade. Negotiations at the WT...
Trade unions and labour laws around the world
Baker and McKenzie, 2010
This book looks at the current state of works councils and trade unions for 33 countries around the world. Topics include: collective bargaining unfair labour practices trade union employe...
Enhancing transparency in Hong Kong garment company supply chains
CSR Asia, 2009
This report examines transparency in Hong Kong garment sector supply chain operations to provide an update of their overall performance, and any key developments facing Hong Kong companies. The research covers five categori...
Defining the CSR priorities of businesses and stakeholders in Hong Kong
R. Welford; C. Chan; M. Man / CSR Asia, 2008
In order to define what corporate social responsibility (CSR) means to a company, it needs to engage with its stakeholders and take into account their needs and aspirations when designing CSR strategies and programmes.This report iden...
Asia will not age gracefully unless difficult policy choices are made very soon
J. Menon; A. Melendez-Nakamura / Asian Development Bank, 2009
Within the next few decades, Asia is poised to become the oldest region in the world; reforming policies and creating new structures and institutions to address this challenge is a huge and complex undertaking that requires a big head...
How do Hang Seng listed companies address corporate social responsibility?
R. Welford; J. Dixon / Oxfam Hong Kong, 2008
This paper discusses the findings of a survey on how companies listed on the Hang Seng Index practice their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies. The paper notes that companies listed on the Hang Seng Index collectively have...
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