Paul Irwin Crookes interviewed by The South China Morning Post

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Paul Irwin Crookes is quoted in an article about the future impact on economic relations for Hong Kong of the UK’s ‘Brexit’ referendum result. In the interview, Paul outlined the uncertainties that remain about how policy choices over the character of different outcomes from Britain’s exit negotiations with Brussels could impact business and trade relations with East Asia.

The piece was written by SCMP banking reporter Alun John who is an alumnus of the MSc in Modern Chinese Studies (the forerunner of the MSc in Contemporary Chinese Studies) from the 2012-13 student cohort. The full article may be found here: ‘Brexit uncertainty hurts Hong Kong in medium term, but may pay off in long run’.