Hong Kong’s port was ranked number seven in the world last year, slipping out of the top five busiest container terminals for the first time. Photo: Martin Chan
Hong Kong’s port was ranked number seven in the world last year, slipping out of the top five busiest container terminals for the first time. Photo: Martin Chan

Hong Kong shipping could get a shot in the arm from China state-owned firms, says China Merchants

  • Government-backed companies could compliment the business models of private firms in the financial hub, says China Merchants Energy Shipping
  • State and private collaboration could boost development of Greater Bay Area and help the performance of Hong Kong port, state firms says

Hong Kong’s port was ranked number seven in the world last year, slipping out of the top five busiest container terminals for the first time. Photo: Martin Chan
Hong Kong’s port was ranked number seven in the world last year, slipping out of the top five busiest container terminals for the first time. Photo: Martin Chan
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