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It becomes possible to have one country, two systems.
They are cooperating, but they are working on the premise of one country, two systems.
Unimpressed, Taiwan firmly has said "no" to the pioneering one country, two systems formula under which Hong Kong is allowed to maintain its capitalist system for 50 years.
He reiterated that under the one country, two systems policy and the Basic Law, Hong Kong is not included in China s next Five Year plan, but the stable growth of economic development will undoubtedly benefit Hong Kong," said Ki.