Hong Kong: Hong Kong Terminal Operators Gearing up to Serve International Trade

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Hong Kong’s world class port infrastructure facilitates the city maintaining its status as a hub for international trade. Equally important is the availability of efficient soft infrastructure. U.S. exporters are encouraged to take note of Hong Kong’s efficient container terminals in their deliberations on exporting agricultural and food products to the region, particularly for perishable goods which require sophisticated and reliable cold chain services.

Hong Kong: Hong Kong Terminal Operators Gearing up to Serve International Trade

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