A view of Kwai Tsing container terminals from Sam Chi Heung, a hill on Tsing Yi Island. Photo: Martin Chan A view of Kwai Tsing container terminals from Sam Chi Heung, a hill on Tsing Yi Island. Photo: Martin Chan
A view of Kwai Tsing container terminals from Sam Chi Heung, a hill on Tsing Yi Island. Photo: Martin Chan
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Fears of Hong Kong’s economic demise are unfounded. Just look at the bigger picture of Asia’s sea trade

  • Hong Kong’s so-called decline says more about China’s underdeveloped economy in 1997 than it does about Hong Kong now. In fact, sea trade is gravitating towards Asia and Hong Kong’s two biggest port operators are also the world’s biggest

A view of Kwai Tsing container terminals from Sam Chi Heung, a hill on Tsing Yi Island. Photo: Martin Chan A view of Kwai Tsing container terminals from Sam Chi Heung, a hill on Tsing Yi Island. Photo: Martin Chan
A view of Kwai Tsing container terminals from Sam Chi Heung, a hill on Tsing Yi Island. Photo: Martin Chan
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