The case of the “Fair Trade Movement in Hong Kong” provides an in depth examination of the development of fair trade in Hong Kong. As a highly capitalistic society with the freest economy in the world, the concept of fair trade began to take hold in Hong Kong after the World Trade Ministerial Conference of 2005 in which Hong Kong was the host city. According to a local survey in 2012, more than half of the interviewees have heard of fair trade and many were willing to pay more for fair trade products.
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