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(Nov. 10,2003):  Arets, Christian Burgos, Enoc Choi, Jinwon DeCoux, Alex Middleton, Gilroy (Nov. 10,2003) Ko, Sophie Meighan, Katherine Heidenreich, Adele Villalobos, Sylvia Chuang, Sandy Slide2:  People's Republic of China Population (2002 est.): 1.3 billion. Population growth rate: About 1%. Work force (711 million): Agriculture and forestry--50%; industry and commerce--23%; other--27%. Source: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/18902.htm Administrative Divisions:  Administrative Divisions 4 Municipalities (shi) Beijing, Chongqing, Shanghai, Tianjin 23 Provinces (sheng) – 6 regions (qu) Huabei : Hebei, Shanxi Huadong : Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangxi, Fujian, Shandong Zhongnan : Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Guangdong, Hainan Dongbei : Liaoning, Jilin, Heilongjiang Xibei : Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai Xinan : Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou 5 Autonomous Regions (zizhiqu) Guangxi, Nei Mongol, Ningxia, Xinjiang, Xizang(Tibet) Special Administrative Regions : Hong Kong, Macau China considers Taiwan its 23rd province Source: World Fact Book Slide4:  Dongbei Huabei Huadong Zhongnan Xibei Xinan Slide5:  China’s Economy Sources: China Municipal Bureau of Statistic, 2000 GDP per capita:  GDP per capita COUNTRY WIDE: GDP (2002 est.): $1.3 trillion GDP per capita: $930 GDP real growth rate: 8.0% Source: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/18902.htm Slide7:  China’s GDP per capita Sources: China Municipal Bureau of Statistic, 1999 Slide8:  Beijing, Tianjin R&D, Internet, L/H Industry Shanghai, Delta IT, High Tech, Finance H.K. Shenzhen, Guangzhou Labor Intensive Manufacturing Great west Infrastructure, Natural Resource Slide10:  Source:http://d1.dir.snv.yahoo.com/science/geography/cartography/maps/by_ region/countries/china/complete_list/ Slide11:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Slide12:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Slide13:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Rule of Law Infrastructure Slide14:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Rule of Law Infrastructure “Hong Kong remains one of the World’s freest economies.” …according to the “Economic Freedom of the World: 2003 Annual Report Slide15:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Disadvantages Conclusion Slide16:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Disadvantages Conclusion Based on the.. British Common Law System Slide17:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Disadvantages Conclusion Slide18:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Disadvantages Conclusion Hong Kong’s Constitution Based on Deng Xiaoping’s “One Country, Two Systems” policy Slide19:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Disadvantages Conclusion Important Constitutional Principles Slide20:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Disadvantages Conclusion Article 2 HK will enjoy a high degree of autonomy Article 4The rights and freedoms of the residents will be preserved Article 5 The socialist system and policies will not be practiced in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Article 6 Protection of the right of private ownership Article 7 The revenues of Hong Kong will be for Hong Kong Article 8 The laws previously in force in Hong Kong, will be maintained Slide21:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Disadvantages Conclusion Article 10 The HKSAR may use a regional flag and regional emblem. Article 108 The HKSAR shall practice an independent taxation system. Article 112 The Government of the HKSAR shall safeguard the free flow of capital within, into and out of the Region. Article 114 The HKSAR shall maintain the status of a free port and shall not impose any tariff unless otherwise prescribed by law. Article 115 The HKSAR shall pursue the policy of free trade and safeguard the free movement of goods, intangible assets and capital. Slide22:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Disadvantages Conclusion Article 118 The Government of the HKSAR shall provide an economic and legal environment for encouraging investments, technological progress and the development of new industries. Article 124 The HKSAR shall maintain Hong Kong's previous systems of shipping management and shipping regulation, including the system for regulating conditions of seamen. Article 151 The HKSAR may on its own, using the name "Hong Kong, China", maintain and develop relations and conclude and implement agreements with foreign states Slide23:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Disadvantages Conclusion “The HKSAR shall use its financial revenues exclusively for its own purposes, and they shall not be handed over to the Central People's Government” “The Central People's Government shall not levy taxes in the HKSAR” Slide24:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Infrastructure Disadvantages Conclusion Slide25:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Infrastructure Disadvantages Conclusion Victoria Harbour One of deepest container ports in the world. New Government Enhancements Slide26:  Rail About 70% of the population and 80% of the employment fall within the rail catchment area Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Infrastructure Disadvantages Conclusion Slide27:  Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Infrastructure Disadvantages Conclusion Airport Voted World’s Best ’02 Handles 45 million Passengers 3 million tonnes of cargo annually Planned Development 87 million Passengers 9 million tonnes cargo Slide28:  Port World’s busiest Container Port for 9 of the past 10 years. Planned Development A new Container Terminal is being built. Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Infrastructure Disadvantages Conclusion Slide29:  Many environmental (pollution) problems Weak corporate governance framework High Cost Advantages Free Economy Independent Legal System Rule of Law Infrastructure Disadvantages Conclusion Slide30:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion High Cost “The Key to success in business is either a competitive price or product differentiation. With our cost, we have to use the latter.” Hon Antony Leung Financial Secretary HK Slide31:  How does this translate to the business environment? Slide32:  How does this translate to the business environment? Low-skilled and labor-intensive industries are no longer competitive Slide33:  “Focusing on High-Value-Added Economic Activities” Hong Kong is working to move itself up the value chain Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Business Activities Championed by HK Officials Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Financial Secretary HK Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Increase Liquidity Attracting more financial product issuers Attracting more capital and investors from Mainland China and overseas Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Increase Liquidity Enhance their Market System Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Increase Liquidity Enhance their Market System More user friendly for investors, issuers and intermediaries Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Increase Liquidity Enhance their Market System More user friendly for investors, issuers and intermediaries Streamline licensing system and increase market transparency Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Increase Liquidity Enhance their Market System More user friendly for investors, issuers and intermediaries Streamline licensing system and increase market transparency Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Aim to develop high-value-added logistics parks To support low or zero-inventory modes of production in the region Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Planned Cultural Zone in West Kowloon to promote “Cultural Tourism” Hong Kong Disney Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Import/Export Transportation and Warehousing Trade financing, Insurance Accreditation and testing Research and development Product design Market research and promotion Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities:  Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Professional services sector Legal Accounting Engineering Advertising Consultancy Public relations Design services Focus on High-Value-Added Economic Activities Slide48:  Other Industries with Good Potential Slide49:  Applied Technologies Chinese Medicine Film Music Publishing Fashion Construction Other Industries with Good Potential Slide50:  Applied Technologies Chinese Medicine Film Music Publishing Fashion Construction SME’s working within the local economy? Other Industries with Good Potential Slide51:  Applied Technologies Chinese Medicine Film Music Publishing Fashion Construction SME’s working within the local economy? Recreational Sports Social and personal services Small traders Local domestic helpers Fitness instructors Other Industries with Good Potential Slide52:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Slide53:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Given the High Cost Of doing business in Hong Kong… Slide54:  Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Given that these Business Activities are Championed… Financial Services Logistics Tourism Producer and Professional Services Slide55:  Conclusion: Business with “High-Value-Added Economic Activities” will find the best fit when doing business in Hong Kong Beijing’s Economy :  Beijing’s Economy Population: 13.82 millions (March 2001) Land: 16,807.8 sq km GPD: 29.8 billion dollars GDP per capita: 2,690 billion dollars Beijing Economic and Technological Development Zone is a home to nearly 1,000 enterprises, including 30 multinationals. Sources: National Bureau of Statistics of China & http://trade.chinavista.com/tradenews/12-213.html Basic Conditions of Beijing’s Urban Households Aug. 2003:  Basic Conditions of Beijing’s Urban Households Aug. 2003 Source: National Bureau of Statistics of China COUNTIES:  COUNTIES MUNICIPALITY Source: http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/data/province/beijing.html Slide60:  Source: http://www.chinavista.com/beijing/pics/zone_map.jpg Doing Business in Beijing :  Doing Business in Beijing Advantages Slide62:  Large consumer base Abundant labor Advantages in Beijing In addition to ….. Beijing has the following advantages…… Slide63:  China's political and cultural centre - Politically, economically and socially influential Features a solid industrial foundation and strong overall economic power - GNP annual growth rate 11% - In the first half of 2002, fixed assets investment in the capital city totaled 7.4 billion US dollars. The figure was 23.4% up from 2001. Source: Beijing Municipal Bureau of Statistic http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200207/16/eng20020716_99767.shtml Slide64:  Beijing is the location of the headquarters of the People's Bank of China, as well as many other major financial and insurance institutions in China. Beijing is the country's largest science and technological, and cultural hub - More than 400 national research institutes - More than 70 universities and colleges Largest Educated Population Slide65:  Beijing attracts large amounts of investment from transnational corporations - Sino-foreign contractual joint ventures or regional headquarters - “Beijing approved some 1,033 foreign-invested companies between January and November, introducing foreign investment of 3.54 billion U.S. dollars, up 63.2% over the same period 2000.” Source: http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/data/province/beijing.html Advanced infrastructure facilities Broadband: Beijing has a fixed-line penetration rate of 30-45% Source: "China Broadband: Next Wave of Competition: Strategies of the Market Players." By F. .Cheun, et al. Merrill Lynch Capital Markets, 2001. Continue to build in preparation for 2008 Olympics -- “Investment from overseas-based financial groups is welcomed for municipal infrastructure construction in Beijing.” Source: http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200206/10/eng20020610_97547.shtml Doing Business in Beijing:  Doing Business in Beijing Disadvantages Disadvantages in Beijing:  Disadvantages in Beijing In addition to ….. Language barriers to creating and operating a business Cultural misunderstanding Unequal treatment between domestic and foreign companies Beijing has the following disadvantages…… Slide68:  Party Politics The CCP influence is most felt in the capital Communist vs. Capitalist Ideology High cost of real estate Land prices are high, especially in the industrial zones Unclear regulations A lack of transparency lead to corruption Complicated registration process Deters potential investors not willing to deal with the difficulties of entering the market. Doing Business in Beijing:  Doing Business in Beijing What is being done to improve the situation? Slide70:  Improving Cost Within the Real Estate Market: - Beijing would also adjust its land supply to lower the cost of land use. Land prices in Beijing were well above the national average, especially land for commercial use. - To further optimize the investment environment, Beijing has opened bidding for commercial land trading, said an official from Beijing Municipal Department of Housing and Land Management. - The land for first-hand development would be open to public bidding and developers could acquire the rights for land use through transfers, leasing, assignment and shareholding. Slide71:  Changing Policy and Regulations: - Infrastructure: Beijing Municipal government will scrap 175 categories of administrative charges for foreign-funded companies, Beijing Vice-Mayor Zhang Mao Sources: http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200301/07/eng20030107_109645.shtml - The government had slated to crack down on illegal activities like arbitrary charges, quotas and fines for enterprises to lessen their extra pay out. Slide72:  Making the Process Transparent: - The Beijing Foreign Investment Service Center (BFISC) is sponsoring service aimed at simplifying the registration procedures for investors, improving the city's investment environment and promoting work efficiency of government departments The free service package launched covers a broad field including: investment consultation, search for investment projects and business partners, handling of application procedures, registration with departments of industry and commerce, and dealing with investors' complaints This will allow investors to save money Over the pass few years, Beijing has continually increased the number of approved applications for the establishment of foreign-funded enterprises. Source: http://www.bfisc.com/ Slide73:  Promoting Investment in the Key Areas of R&D, Internet and Light Industry: The Chinese capital of Beijing will strive to help cut costs for foreign investors in the city, especially in the manufacturing sector, Mayor Liu Qi Beijing will, as always, provide a favorable environment for foreign investment and establishment of research centers, Mayor Liu Qi Sources: http://www.chinavista.com/beijing/invest/home.html Further Assisting Companies Willing to Develop Beijing’s Infrastructure: :  Further Assisting Companies Willing to Develop Beijing’s Infrastructure: Beijing welcomes the participation of transnational companies in major infrastructure projects, including the building of rail and electric power installations as well as air pollution control. The government has been increasing investment in the infrastructural construction field, including the light rail transport system, which will have an estimated 150 km of track before the year 2008 Doing Business in Beijing :  Doing Business in Beijing Company Case Doing Business in Beijing NOKIA :  Doing Business in Beijing NOKIA Leading supplier of mobile and broadband network systems and mobile phones Largest in the mobile telecom industry worldwide Strong Points: -- Experience -- Innovation -- User friendliness -- Secure solutions Nokia in China:  Nokia in China Global technology leadership China’s market has surpassed that of the US. Committed to development and preferred local partnership Develop telecommunications infrastructure for the 2008 Olympics Accomplish faster and greater market penetration Guan Xi with the federal government Nokia in Beijing :  Nokia in Beijing Nokia has 50 offices, 2 R&D centers, 5,000 employees in China IN BEIJING, Head Office and A Research and Development Nokia doubled its investment and the size of its mobile phone industrial park in Beijing, making it the biggest foreign-funded project in the capital city. 50 hectare industrial park to 100 hectares. Total investment of 1.2 billion U. S. dollars. Source: http://trade.chinavista.com/tradenews/12-213.html interesting facts. (focus on why chose Beijing to set up headquarters; compare location to other company locations in other cities) Source: www.nokia.com Doing Business in Beijing:  Doing Business in Beijing How has Nokia benefited from operations in China? Access into the protected telecom markets in Chinese cities. How has it gained access to China’s hugely populated urban centers, namely Beijing? Good relation with the Federal Government in Beijing & Municipality Government Nokia’s Access to the Market:  Nokia’s Access to the Market In 2003, Nokia and Beijing Just Top Network Communications Company Limited have signed an formal contract to build the first phase of the Beijing municipal government's shared Digital Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) communications network, using Nokia's TETRA system with IP backbone. The shared network has been listed as one of the top 60 major projects for the Beijing municipality this year. The shared network fulfills the dispatch communication requirements of the "Digital Beijing " and "Digital Olympic" programs, as well as special measures needed for Beijing's emergency rescue system. The Beijing Government Shared Network will enable the Chinese government to realize its goals for dispatch communications service for the 2008 Olympic Games. Source: http://www.c114.net/cn-c114/regionread.asp?articleid=1602 Nokia’s Access to the Market :  Nokia’s Access to the Market In a groundbreaking move for the manufacturer, on August 29, 2003 introduced the Nokia 2280, its first CDMA phone in China. The phone was launched at the signing ceremony of an agreement between Nokia, China Unicom and China Putian, the exclusive distributor of the Nokia 2280 in China. The new phone is expected to be available in early September, marking the beginning of cooperation between Nokia and China Unicom in providing CDMA handsets from Nokia to Chinese consumers. Source: http://www.infosyncworld.com/news/n/4017.html Nokia’s Access to the Market:  Nokia’s Access to the Market In 2001, Nokia’s mCatch Positioning System had been chosen by Fujian MCC to conduct China's very first mobile positioning trials on Fujian's GSM network. China has a high population density in its cites where this network will be tested. The Nokia mCatch trial is the first of its kind in China, and Fujian MCC will in fact be one of the first operators in the world to implement GSM-based Nokia mCatch. The trials in China are expected to bringing high-tech mobile positioning to a country where technology is a tremendous area of growth, and where both network operators and device manufacturers will be battling to grab market shares. Source: http://www.infosyncworld.com/news/n/109.html Slide83:  Conclusion Conclusions on Business in Beijing:  Conclusions on Business in Beijing The Beijing Government is, Attempting to make it easier for investors to enter the market Promoting investment in research and development, internet, and light industry Nokia has operations in each of these industries. Focusing on building its infrastructure for the Olympics and provides greater incentives for those companies who are willing to assist. Slide86:  Geographic Economy Urban Construction and Development Communications and Transportation Construction of Infrastructure Urban Environmental Protection Urban Planning and Development About the City Slide87:  Source: http://www.businessweek.com/1997/16/b3523153.htm Positioning:  Positioning 1986 國務院函[1986]92號 天津應當成為擁有先進技朮的綜合性工業基地,開放型、多功能的經濟中心和現代化的港口城市 1997 (announce by central government) 天津市是環渤海地區的經濟中心,要努力建設成為現代化港口城市和我國北方重要的經濟中心 一個基地、五個中心:  一個基地、五個中心 工業基地 商貿中心 金融中心 科技開發和信息中心 交通運輸中心 國際交流中心 天津開發區:  天津開發區 以港口為信托的天津港保稅區1991年成立以來,以特殊的功能、良好的區位和優惠的政策吸引了3000多家外商來區投資。 在開發區內,外資企業可享受優惠的政策待遇 1997年14項主要經濟指標中全部名列第一,成為全國開發區的“領頭羊”。 天津市改革開放的一面旗幟,是天津二十一世紀的希望。 For Foreign Merchants Li Shenglin, Major of Tianjin--Jun 28, 2001:  For Foreign Merchants Li Shenglin, Major of Tianjin--Jun 28, 2001 Regulate the administrative mechanisms for business financing Set down investment beneficial policies Set up foreign economic trade promotion service centers and overseas, HK, Macao and Taiwan’s medium and small-scaled enterprises investment development centers. Set up WTO training authentication centers Slide93:  Company Case TingYi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp.:  Exploration Stage 1958:DingHsin Oil (Taiwan) Established 1989:DingHao Oil Established in Bejing; first oil product marketed in 1990 1992:TingYi (Tianjin) Co. Established, entered Instant Noodle Market (Master Kong) - Tianjin Economic-technological Area (TEDA) TingYi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. Slide95:  Growth and Vertical Integration 1993:Subsidiary (Tianjin) for PSP Bowl 1993 : Subsidiary (Tianjin) for Plastic Fork 1994:Subsidiary for Carton Box 1995:Subsidiary (Tianjin) for Printing / Package Material 1995:Instant NoodleMfg Facilities in Guangzhou, Hanzhou and ChongChing TingYi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. Slide96:  Business Expansion 1995:Subsidiary (Tianjin) for Cookie/Cracker Business 1996:Subsidary (Hanzhou) for Beverage Business 1996:Dingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Feb. 1996:Entered Western Fast Food Business with Acquisition of Texas Fried Chicken (May) 1998:Entered Hypermarket Business with Logo Co (樂購) 1998:Subsidiary for Logistic and Sales System 1998:Acquired Wei-Chuan (2nd Largest Publicly Listed Food Company in Taiwan) TingYi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. Slide97:  Business Expansion 1999: Dingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp Strategic Alliance with Sanyo Food Co. Ltd (33%) 2002: Established subsidiaries in HsinJiang, ChingDao, Harbin, QuenMing, FuZhen from June to Sept. 2003: Strategic Alliance with 依藤忠株式會社 and 大陸中信for Franchise / Operation Rights to Family Mart Convenient Store (PRC) and possibly Taiwan - First to open in late Nov - Convert 6 owned to Family Mart brand TingYi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. Slide98:  Business Expansion 1995:Subsidiary (Tianjin) for Cookie/Cracker Business 1996:Subsidary (Hanzhou) for Beverage Business 1996:Dingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Feb. 1996:Entered Western Fast Food Business with Acquisition of Texas Fried Chicken (May) 1998:Entered Hypermarket Business with Logo Co (樂購) 1998:Subsidiary for Logistic and Sales System 1998:Acquired Wei-Chuan (2nd Largest Publicly Listed Food Company in Taiwan) TingYi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. Slide99:  Business Expansion 1999: Dingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp Strategic Alliance with Sanyo Food Co. Ltd (33%) 2002: Established subsidiaries in HsinJiang, ChingDao, Harbin, QuenMing, FuZhen from June to Sept. 2003: Strategic Alliance with 依藤忠株式會社 and 大陸中信for Franchise / Operation Rights to Family Mart Convenient Store (PRC) and possibly Taiwan - First to open in late Nov - Convert 6 owned to Family Mart brand TingYi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. Slide100:  TingHsin International Slide101:  Total Investment: Approx. 12,000MRMB Food Industry:13 Mfg Base, 42 Plants Logistic:80 Distribution Centers、 17 Hymall Fast Food Restaurant:250 Texas Fried Chicken; new Grill House in 3Q, 2003 Employee: 45,000 Geographic Distribution Slide102:  Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp Slide103:  Prospect for Coming 10 Years Doing Business in Tianjin:  Doing Business in Tianjin Advantages Advantages of Tianjin:  Advantages of Tianjin Strategic alliance through acquisition to get into new market Can offer better quality product, higher price – better off strata Variety in products enables it to weather the instability in the market – SARS Recognizable brad name Comfortable tax bracket Marketing in staples – constant business, plenty of costumers Doing Business in Tianjin:  Doing Business in Tianjin Disadvantages Disadvantages of Tianjin:  Disadvantages of Tianjin Water supplies in danger solution expensive and not entirely up to them Cannot get listed – shadowy accounting practices, over dependence on debts Business practices – cheaper and cheaper – quality? Will not invest in more equipment, no R & D Business restricted to cities, available capital plus distribution Recognized as Taiwanese company, can be caught in business disputes Doing Business in Tianjin:  Doing Business in Tianjin Conclusion QUOTE TO REMEMBER :  QUOTE TO REMEMBER Napoleon Bonaparte: “China is a sleeping giant. Let her lie and sleep, for when she awakens she will astonish the world.” Questions for Discussion:  Questions for Discussion Do you think Deng Xiaoping’s “One country two system” would be or should be applied to Taiwan Are the protections made possible by Hong Kong’s constitution available to foreign businesses in other SEZs? 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