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EFN Asia is a growing network of research institutes, practitioners, influential think-tanks and individuals, with the aim of promoting the benefits of civil society, market economy and individual liberty.


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Hosted by the Lion Rock Institute and the EFN Asia, the 16th Annual Economic Freedom Network Asia Conference will be held at the Harbour Grand Hong Kong Hotel on November 6th - 7th, 2014.

This year's topic will be 'Liberalism: Promoting Growth, Reducing Inequality'. More information will be updated. For inquiries, contact Mr Pett Jarupaiboon at pett@fnst.org


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News in Hong Kong and China about EFN Asia conference 2012
Friday, 30 November 2012 18:00

EFN Asia conference 2012 successfully ended. But our commitment does not end. Several news outlets in Hong Kong and China reported about the conference in both English and Chinese. The examples are below.

- http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1077385/auction-two-residential-sites-defy-new-bid-cool-property-market

South China Morning Post mentioned about the interview with Dr Tom Palmer and the speech of Hong Kong Financial Secretary John Tsang.

'Tom Palmer, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute think tank in Washington, said new stamp duty targeting property investors would "make Hong Kong less attractive to foreign investors".

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Head in the clouds
Thursday, 22 November 2012 12:10

High above Central in an eyrie so elevated that most people would get dizzy looking down, lies the offices of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA). Its primary responsibilities are to maintain currency and banking stability, which require very specific and skilled, but limited, resources. However, the HKMA has always blanched at these constraints and envisioned a wider role as the "central bank of Hong Kong".

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How Welfare Populism Destroys Prosperity: The Populist Challenge to Economic Freedom – a report from the Economic Freedom Network Asia Conference 2012
Monday, 19 November 2012 10:00

In times of great financial and economic crises populism and populist demands from politicians are omnipresent. But is populism a phenomenon, which a stable democracy can cope with easily or is it a serious danger for prosperity, political and economic freedom?

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Economic Freedom Network Asia conference 2012

"How Welfare Populism Destroys Prosperity: the Populist Challenge to Economic Freedom"

Statement on Liberal Views on Populism


Freedom Barometer Asia 2012


The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) is pleased to release the latest edition of the Freedom Barometer Asia.

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Summary and review of EFN members and partners articles, commentaries and books

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