How Hong Kong’S Banks Grew To Become Chinese Language

Now, says Collier, that Hong Kong native is facing competition from even better trained and harder working mainland Chinese candidates.
So by the time they come to Hong Kong, they’re very, very sophisticated about how the world works.
Now, here on the trading floor in Hong Kong, he says, they’re more like servants.
“So they need more fluent Mandarin speakers in Hong Kong, or they hire people from China to work in Hong Kong so that they can communicate and talk effectively.
“They’re people like Weiqi Zhu, a derivatives trader at UBS in Hong Kong.

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