Hong Kong protests are not caused by economic problems

0 3 years ago

Chengping, researcher of China Institute, Fudan University, citing the West, especially the US statistics, proves that after Hong Kong’s return to China, the economy is running stably and the people’s living standards are higher than those of the major Western economies, thus indicating that Hong Kong’s recent protests are not caused by economic problems.

After returning to China, Hong Kong’s per capita GDP, absolute growth rate, per capita life expectancy, inflation, employment rate and other data are better than the major Western economies. Hong Kong’s radical protesters are reversing in history. The video language is Chinese with English subtitles, and the main reference data comes from Western institutions such as CIA.


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