Hong Kong International Airport Case Study

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C. Research questions and objectives

As an international financial center, it is essential for Hong Kong to keep a top ranking in different areas. International airport is an important gateway to world, in addition to attracting businesses around the world, it also promotes tourism and transportation industry as well. Moreover, it drives economic development by providing the jobs and increasing the consumption. In turn, the airport's competitiveness also reflects a regional performance. Therefore, the ranking and quality of the airports not only reflect the government's international trade and investment policies, but also its transport, infrastructure and business environment. By realizing the importance of airport, it helps HKIA to understand
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RQ2 Which kinds of shop in Hong Kong International Airport are the passengers’ favorite? RQ3 Which facilities should be added in Hong Kong International Airport? RQ4 Which factors are critical in affecting the ranking of Hong Kong International …show more content…
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