The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 6 > Future Standards for Hong Kong
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Future Standards for Hong Kong

As a British Colony, Hong Kong has the tradition of using British Standards in most construction and manufacturing sectors. Will this continue after the change of soveignty in 1997? Will Hong Kong adopt Chinese Standards or should Hong Kong have its own standards? If so, what should they be? Ignatius Y.S. Lau

Author(s): Lau, Ignatius Y S

Keywords: hong kong;codes of practice;changes