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Who suffered the heaviest losses in Hong Kong's month-long docker strike and protest?

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 27 April, 2013, 8:48am
UPDATED : Saturday, 27 April, 2013, 8:48am

  • Dockers themselves: 30%
  • Li Ka-shing's business empire: 8%
  • Hong Kong's shipping industry: 60%
  • Others (please comment): 3%
  • Dockers themselves
  • Li Ka-shing's business empire
  • Hong Kong's shipping industry
  • Others (please comment)


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The whole Hong Kong suffered as a great business environment.
Some ships have gone to other ports and might never come back.
Both sides are not all correct. Li is too smart by hiring outside contractor, but his image is being ruined in his old age. Making more money at this stage is a fool.
Everyone in HK loses.


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