HK is in the wrong geopolitical 'bubble' to enjoy stability and prosperity
The world's most successful developer of mRNA vaccines German company 'BioNTech' has recently chosen Singapore as its regional base : Singapore is now much higher ranked than Hong Kong (HK) across the board !
Until 2020 and for nearly 2 decades HK was always ranked #1 : In 2020 HK was #2 (Singapore was #1) in Index of Economic Freedom ranking and this year HK is #107.
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and HK government are in breach of UN obligations including ICCPR, Joint Declaration and the rule OF law : Today communist HK only has CCP's arbitrary rule BY law as exampled by its 1 July 2020 'national security law'.
Most HK people only have HK's property market to generate their wealth. And, while most HK people rely upon real estate to drive their wealth (or lack of wealth) increasingly since 1997 HK's property market has been propped up by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) : i.e. HK people are no longer able to define their own destiny.
The city-state of Singapore, with its unique geographic location, British common law, English official language has mixed industries in its economy.
Increasingly, because of the actions of CCP virus, the democratic world which produces 60% of the world's GDP, is aligned against CCP's China and HK. To decouple CCP from China 'cut the head off the snake'.
The fact that BioNTech has chosen Singapore over HK proves to HK people how far their home has declined across the board in everything!
Our projection is that three tiers of class of 'bubbles' will soon emerge:
Bubble 1: Wealthier democratic countries / territories who under ICCPR 'right to life' invested heavily in their citizens' health and have a 'high' % of population vaccinated using mRNA or other international W.H.O. approved vaccines and with 'low' new infection rates. Examples include USA, UK, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Taiwan, Canada, etc.
Bubble 2: Countries / territories who have mixed or hybrid political systems with 'medium' % of population vaccinated using mRNA or other international W.H.O. approved vaccines with 'medium' new infection rates. Examples include Russia.
Bubble 3: Countries / territories who are mostly autocratic and have 'low' % of population vaccinated using mRNA or other international W.H.O. approved vaccines with 'high' new infection rates. Examples includes China, Hong Kong.
This graph illustrates that despite the push from CCP and HK government for China made Sinovac vaccinations, the majority of HK people are NOT in the CCP 'bubble' :
i.e. HK in the 3rd tier, is in the wrong geopolitical 'bubble' to enjoy stability and prosperity because its people are in the first tier of leading democratic countries!
BioNTech to build manufacturing site in Singapore
RTHK 10 May 2021
Covid jab maker BioNTech said on Monday it would build a southeast Asia headquarters and manufacturing site in Singapore to produce hundreds of millions of mRNA-based vaccines per year.
Construction of the site will start this year, and it could become operational by 2023, the German company said in a statement.
"With this planned mRNA production facility, we will increase our overall network capacity and expand our ability to manufacture and deliver our mRNA vaccines and therapies to people around the world," said BioNTech chief executive Ugur Sahin.
The vaccine produced by BioNTech jointly with Pfizer of the United States became the first Covid-19 jab to be approved for use in the West late last year.
It is now supplying more than 90 countries worldwide, and is expecting to ramp up its production to three billion doses by the end of the year from 2.5 billion doses expected previously.
The pace will further accelerate to more than three billion doses in 2022.
Messenger RNA genetic technology trains the body to reproduce spike proteins, similar to that found on the coronavirus.
When exposed to the real virus later, the body recognises the spike proteins and is able to fight them off.
US pharmaceutical firm Moderna uses the same technology for its vaccine. (AFP)
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