Container trucks parked at the Kwai Tsing Container Port, in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Roy Issa

Escalation in US-China trade war is more bad news for Hong Kong’s ailing truckers and will also hurt city’s tourism trade, industry leaders warn

  • Freight association chairman says drivers are reporting 50 per cent drop in business since last year
  • Spat will hurt other economies in a domino effect, Hong Kong Tourism Board chief says
Topic |   US-China trade war

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Container trucks parked at the Kwai Tsing Container Port, in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Roy Issa
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Hong Kong’s exporters will benefit from relief measures into 2020. Photo: Martin Chan

Support for Hong Kong exporters extended amid US-China trade war and new Trump tariffs, says commerce chief Edward Yau

  • With new tariff hike and Beijing’s promised ‘countermeasures’, one business leader predicts another hit to local trade
  • The government will extend insurance help for exporters
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Hong Kong’s exporters will benefit from relief measures into 2020. Photo: Martin Chan
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