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May 31st, 2007
For Cyprus trade with China, come to Hong Kong
"The experience we gained because of the SARS epidemic and the knowledge accumulated while dealing with the crisis, helped us to develop new areas in hi-tech and nanotechnology.
"We build on our strengths - our key strength is our unique position vis-à-vis China. Hong Kong has a free economy and currency, a low tax rate of 16.5%, no exchange controls and sound legal system."
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