Hong Kong must promote research and innovation through incentives, says PwC

In South Korea, almost three quarters of research is performed by businesses, while in Hong Kong less than half is business-led, according to figures from the OECD. “In Hong Kong, R&D is highly reliant on government spending and the private sector seems …
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