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Beijing must show courage to fulfil market promises — top economist 19 Nov Hong Kong businessman Peter Chai Kwong-wah faced a tough choice: At age 66, Chai could close up shop and retire or he could try to re-energise the business by relocating to another Asian country where the overheads were lower.
He gave it another go and moved operations to Vietnam. At around the same time, in another part of the city, Frenchman Homeric de Sarthe made a similar life-changing choice. After living in China for several years, the year-old decided the time was right to launch his social media app, Shosha.
Stuck in the past: Its success in managing the transition is owed partly to forward-thinking policies, observers say.
These traits have helped Shenzhen to weather the economic headwinds better than most mainland cities. As Beijing limped along on 6.
And the share is rising, coming in at The hope is that it will keep doing so. Mayor Xu Qin said early this year the authorities would continue to encourage labour-intensive manufacturing to relocate while drawing in internet and tech-driven industries. The changes are expected to create a city that bears little resemblance to the Shenzhen of past decades.
When Chai arrived in labour and raw materials were cheap, and officials encouraged Hong Kong companies to set up factories. At its peak, the company employed 10, workers. But profits from toy manufacturing began to fall around Only a few dozen workers were needed to keep production going.
Chai thought about shutting the venture and retiring, but decided to relocate to Hanoi, where he now has about 4, people working for about half what he would pay employees in Guangdong. His company is part of the exodus of low-value manufacturers leaving the city as it seeks to re-invent itself as the next Silicon Valley.
Beginning inShenzhen has funnelled more than 4 per cent of its GDP into research and development every year, putting it on par with South Korea and Israel.
It also has a vibrant grass-roots manufacturing ecosystem with tens of thousands of smaller factories, design houses, and product integrators. Heavy-handed governments make it hard to push for technological innovation. Scientists, technicians and company owners have to be able to shoulder risks and explore.
Government interference is very inefficient. They are more willing to risk failure and try new ideas, according to Qu. Most of its residents are not from here, but everyone calls themselves a Shenzhener. They are joined by a small but growing number of foreigners who choose Shenzhen as the launchpad for their new economy ventures.
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