Why Hong Kong’s Economy Has Grown 7x Faster Than Cuba’s Since Since the 1950s

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In the late 50s, the economies of Cuba and Hong Kong each had a GDP per capita of around $4,500 (in today’s money). By 2018, Cuba had doubled its GDP per capita to around $9,000. Hong Kong, meanwhile, had reached $64,000 per capita.


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