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’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

Topic |   China economy
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’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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