Talk needs to be turned into action to bolster Hong Kong’s port, says Jessie Chung, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association, pictured at her office overlooking the berths at Kwai Tsing. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Why Hong Kong’s container port may be in terminal decline, and what that would mean for a city that appears not to care

Hong Kong’s wealth has grown with the container shipping trade for five decades, but if the city’s port is allowed to decline much further it could go under, with big consequences for consumers and employment

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Talk needs to be turned into action to bolster Hong Kong’s port, says Jessie Chung, chairwoman of the Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association, pictured at her office overlooking the berths at Kwai Tsing. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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