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Data Centers in China

Gateway to China

The annual survey of 61 jurisdictions around the world pushed the city up one place to the top for 2016, stating Hong Kong had "encouraged innovation through low and simple taxation and imposed no restrictions on capital flows,” according to IMD World Competitiveness Center.

Though Hong Kong has a smaller data center market than Northern Virginia, Silicon Valley, London, or Amsterdam, it has about 40 data center providers with more than 50 operational data centers across its 400-plus square miles of land, according to Structure research.

Last year, Hong Kong’s 40 data center providers brought in $616 million in revenue, and the market is projected to grow by 15 percent in 2016. By 2020, Structure expects the Hong Kong data center market to reach $1.39 billion.

The region remains one of the most open economies in the world for international trade and investment. There is no general screening of foreign investment, and in most cases, foreign investors can maintain 100 percent ownership. The financial sector remains highly competitive and well capitalized, serving as a leading global hub.*

*2016 INDEX OF Economic Freedom

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