Travellers prepare to leave Guangzhou East station on high-speed trains bound for Hong Kong after travel restrictions were eased. Photo: Dickson Lee
Travellers prepare to leave Guangzhou East station on high-speed trains bound for Hong Kong after travel restrictions were eased. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong welcomes more than 40,000 visitors from mainland China after border controls loosened

  • Financial Secretary Paul Chan says quarantine-free travel across the border boosts faith in city among international financial institutions
  • Chan promises to highlight Hong Kong’s advantages to business leaders at World Economic Forum meeting in Switzerland this week

Travellers prepare to leave Guangzhou East station on high-speed trains bound for Hong Kong after travel restrictions were eased. Photo: Dickson Lee
Travellers prepare to leave Guangzhou East station on high-speed trains bound for Hong Kong after travel restrictions were eased. Photo: Dickson Lee
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