Hong Kong's Tortuous Democratization: A Comparative Analysis

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Bibliography

Newspapers

Asian Wall Street Journal

Express News

The Financial Times

Hong Kong Economic Journal

Hong Kong Standard

Hong Kong Standard

International Herald Tribune

Ming Pao Daily News

Oriental Daily

South China Morning Post

Ta Kung Pao

Wah Kiu Daily News

Wen Wei Po


Documents/serials
Asia Yearbook (1980-91) various issues, Hong Kong: Far Eastern Economic Review.
Assessment Office (1984) Submissions made by Organizations to the Assessment Office, Vols I and II, Hong Kong: Government Printer.
Basic Law Consultative Committee (1987) Final Report on Residual Power, Hong Kong, mimeo.
Basic Law Consultative Committee (1988) The Draft Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (for Solicitation of Opinions), Hong Kong: Basic Law Consultative Committee.
The Business and Professional Group of Members of the Basic Law Consultative Committee (1987) A Proposal for the Future Structure of the Hong Kong SAR Government, Hong Kong, mimeo.
A Draft Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the People’s Republic of China on the Future of Hong Kong (1984) Hong Kong: Government Printer.
Census and Statistics Department, Hong Kong Review of Overseas Trade. Hong Kong: Government of Hong Kong.

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