LARRY YUNG: CHAIRMAN, CITIC PACIFIC; HONG KONG

IN THE PREDICTED 1997 HONG KONG BUYING SPREE, HE COULD BE THE PREMIER SHOPPER

This is more than just an important year for Larry Yung: 1997 is the culmination of his career, one that is about to become vitally important to Hong Kong's 6.3 million residents. Mainland-born, Yung is founder and chairman of CITIC Pacific, China's most powerful conglomerate in Hong Kong. He is also the eldest son of Rong Yiren, Vice President of the People's Republic. Yung has parlayed those connections into an empire that spans property, aviation, telecommunications and civil works. During the predicted buying spree in Hong Kong before and after the colony reverts to Chinese sovereignty on July 1, Yung, 55,...

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