Anthony Cheung, who served as the city’s transport and housing chief from 2012 to 2017, speaks at The Education University of Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s ex-transport chief Anthony Cheung says letting MTR Corp go public was a mistake because firm was ‘well catered for’ by government

  • Former official says city’s railway operator was given ‘sound economic considerations’ such as land concessions and building rights
  • MTR has been publicly listed since 2000, with the Hong Kong government being its majority shareholder, owning about 75 per cent of the firm
Topic |   Hong Kong MTR

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Anthony Cheung, who served as the city’s transport and housing chief from 2012 to 2017, speaks at The Education University of Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Commuters were hit during both the morning and evening rush hours on Monday and Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam ‘more than willing’ to get tough with MTR Corp after crash, as authorities confirm rail giant will be fined

  • Operator apologises to city residents as trains involved in Monday’s accident removed from main tracks
  • Transport and Housing Bureau confirms that rail giant will be fined
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Commuters were hit during both the morning and evening rush hours on Monday and Tuesday. Photo: Felix Wong
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