Chain of pearls

Pearl River Delta supply chains as enablers for long term development of Hong Kong

Josephine Lee Ying Sau, Theresa Lee Yuen Han, Norma Harrison, Hanna Skytta

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Abstract

This paper proposes through efficient management of the supply chains in Chinese hinterland, i.e., the Pearl River Delta region, and by leveraging its existing capabilities, Hong Kong could re-shape its economy for long term gains and ultimately achieve a win-win situation by contributing to the further growth of both the Mainland and Hong Kong.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcedings of the 4th Annual International Business and Economy Conference (IBEC)
Subtitle of host publicationemerging issues in the global economy
EditorsVincent Calluzzo
Place of PublicationSan Francisco, USA
PublisherCollege of Business, San Francisco State University
Pages1-10
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventAnnual International Business and Economy Conference (4th : 2005) - Honolulu, Hawaii
Duration: 6 Jan 20059 Jan 2005

Conference

ConferenceAnnual International Business and Economy Conference (4th : 2005)
CityHonolulu, Hawaii
Period6/01/059/01/05

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    Lee Ying Sau, J., Lee Yuen Han, T., Harrison, N., & Skytta, H. (2005). Chain of pearls: Pearl River Delta supply chains as enablers for long term development of Hong Kong. In V. Calluzzo (Ed.), Procedings of the 4th Annual International Business and Economy Conference (IBEC): emerging issues in the global economy (pp. 1-10). San Francisco, USA: College of Business, San Francisco State University.