Shipping must stand for social and political tolerance
Hong Kong Shipowners Association chairman Bjorn Hojgaard has called on people in shipping to reject ‘nationalism, fascism and radicalism’, from which the fallout is hurting the sector
Being close to China used to be an advantage for Hong Kong’s success as a maritime and financial hub. Now that position needs to be defended against the backdrop of an increasingly polarised world highlighted by the simmering strife between Washington and Beijing
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