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The younger business leaders taking risks along China’s ‘Belt and Road’

  • Mon, 11 Sep 2017 22:43
Five years ago, Nicholas Ho Lik-chi, the second-generation owner of a Hong Kong-based architecture consultancy, returned from abroad to run a family business that was pretty much confined to mainland China and Hong Kong. Now the 30-year-old is building “smart cities”, where technology is the critical infrastructure behind essential services, across Southeast Asia. Some of those cities are along the old Silk Road economic belt from the north of China and the 21st century maritime... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed


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