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- KurzbeschreibungMid-stream operation has played a significant role <br>in the economy of Hong Kong since the 1960s. Not <br>only was Hong Kong once one of the major <br>manufacturing cities in the global market, but goods <br>from China were also transported to Hong Kong for re-<br>export since the 1980s. Long before container <br>terminals were established, products were loaded and <br>unloaded from ocean-going vessels by mid-stream <br>operation, and shipped to North America and Europe. <br>However, by the 21st century, with the decline of <br>manufacturing industries in Hong Kong and the <br>development of sophisticated ports for sea freight <br>transport and container services in southern China, <br>the survival of mid-stream operation in Hong Kong <br>has been threatened. This book attempts to provide a <br>thorough understanding of the situation. Opinions <br>and data were collected from mid-stream operators <br>and shippers to analyze the overall container <br>throughput trend in Hong Kong. The author concludes <br>that mid-stream operation will fade out if the <br>unfavourable conditions continue, and recommends <br>that associating with the mainland Chinese <br>businesses or moving the mid-stream operation to <br>another country may be the ways to survive.
- AutorYing Keung Peter Wan
- Seiten76 Seiten
- Gewicht116 g
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