The Lok Ma Chau border bridge, right. The Lok Ma Chau Loop, once completed, will be ‘an iconic powerhouse on the Hong Kong-Shenzhen border’, writes Nigel Smith, managing director of Colliers International Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa The Lok Ma Chau border bridge, right. The Lok Ma Chau Loop, once completed, will be ‘an iconic powerhouse on the Hong Kong-Shenzhen border’, writes Nigel Smith, managing director of Colliers International Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
The Lok Ma Chau border bridge, right. The Lok Ma Chau Loop, once completed, will be ‘an iconic powerhouse on the Hong Kong-Shenzhen border’, writes Nigel Smith, managing director of Colliers International Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
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The Lok Ma Chau border bridge, right. The Lok Ma Chau Loop, once completed, will be ‘an iconic powerhouse on the Hong Kong-Shenzhen border’, writes Nigel Smith, managing director of Colliers International Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa The Lok Ma Chau border bridge, right. The Lok Ma Chau Loop, once completed, will be ‘an iconic powerhouse on the Hong Kong-Shenzhen border’, writes Nigel Smith, managing director of Colliers International Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
The Lok Ma Chau border bridge, right. The Lok Ma Chau Loop, once completed, will be ‘an iconic powerhouse on the Hong Kong-Shenzhen border’, writes Nigel Smith, managing director of Colliers International Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
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Nigel Smith, Managing Director of Colliers International Hong Kong