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US retaliation challenges Hong Kong maritime hub prospects

Shipping companies will see their operating costs rise if the reciprocal tax treaty between the US and the Chinese special administrative region is terminated

Liner shipping carriers operating on the transpacific trade are said to be among the hardest hit from Washington’s move to abolish the tax deal with Hong Kong, which is part of its retaliation to Beijing enacting a new national security law in the city

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