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Hong Kong sets out incentives to boost maritime services

Hong Kong is continuing to make sensible moves towards higher end value-added maritime services while recognising that the city’s role as a major container shipping centre will continue to be eroded by competing ports on the mainland

The ship leasing, and marine and specialty risk insurance businesses have been targeted for tax incentives especially

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