Hong Kong’s Rising ‘Consumer Surplus’

Hong Kong residences enjoy some of the cheapest broadband services in the world, paying roughly half of what North American consumers do for the same service. This ‘consumer surplus’ is created when a customer pays less for a service than they are willing to pay.

These numbers affect a nations GDP as they consist of revenue that is not being generated but otherwise could be.

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Hong Kong’s Rising ‘Consumer Surplus’