Shenzhen authorities have agreed to back down on a plan to further restrict the Hong Kong truck movements onto the mainland. Photo: Martin Chan Shenzhen authorities have agreed to back down on a plan to further restrict the Hong Kong truck movements onto the mainland. Photo: Martin Chan
Shenzhen authorities have agreed to back down on a plan to further restrict the Hong Kong truck movements onto the mainland. Photo: Martin Chan

Hong Kong fourth wave: mainland plan to halve cross-border flow of city trucks shelved amid industry outcry

  • Covid-19 control measure poses big threat to Hong Kong economy, could push up prices and hamper supply of non-essential goods, industry warns
  • Shenzhen authorities say they will look again at plans restricting the arrival of trucks on the mainland

Topic |   Transport and logistics
Shenzhen authorities have agreed to back down on a plan to further restrict the Hong Kong truck movements onto the mainland. Photo: Martin Chan Shenzhen authorities have agreed to back down on a plan to further restrict the Hong Kong truck movements onto the mainland. Photo: Martin Chan
Shenzhen authorities have agreed to back down on a plan to further restrict the Hong Kong truck movements onto the mainland. Photo: Martin Chan
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