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Hong Kong has to rebuild confidence in its policymaking

Investors must be persuaded that government will keep economy as priority

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Pedestrians cross a street in Central District in November 2022: The government needs to put more effort into retaining current residents.   © China News Service/Getty Images

Gary Ng is senior economist for Asia-Pacific thematic research at Natixis in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong's reopening to the world has accelerated since China gave up its zero-COVID policy. This will support the city's economic recovery, but will not erase the damage already done to global perceptions and investor confidence.

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