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 n.— «Once the global recovery begins, however, New York and London might be vying less with one another than with a new competitor in the form of a partnership between Hong Kong and Shanghai—call it “Shangkong”—a highly consequential shift of financial gravity to the east.» —“Amid economic rubble, Shangkong will rise” by Jeffrey Garten Financial Times (United Kingdom) May 11, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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