A DHL plane takes off from the Hong Kong International Airport. More than 600 Hong Kong-based companies with exports and imports by air were covered by the survey commissioned by the logistics company. Photo: Felix Wong A DHL plane takes off from the Hong Kong International Airport. More than 600 Hong Kong-based companies with exports and imports by air were covered by the survey commissioned by the logistics company. Photo: Felix Wong
A DHL plane takes off from the Hong Kong International Airport. More than 600 Hong Kong-based companies with exports and imports by air were covered by the survey commissioned by the logistics company. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong firms importing and exporting goods by air ‘cautiously optimistic’ about year-end festive season, DHL survey finds

  • Logistics company’s Air Trade index at highest level since the third quarter of 2019
  • US-China trade frictions could still affect sentiment, Hong Kong Productivity Council executive says

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A DHL plane takes off from the Hong Kong International Airport. More than 600 Hong Kong-based companies with exports and imports by air were covered by the survey commissioned by the logistics company. Photo: Felix Wong A DHL plane takes off from the Hong Kong International Airport. More than 600 Hong Kong-based companies with exports and imports by air were covered by the survey commissioned by the logistics company. Photo: Felix Wong
A DHL plane takes off from the Hong Kong International Airport. More than 600 Hong Kong-based companies with exports and imports by air were covered by the survey commissioned by the logistics company. Photo: Felix Wong
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