OceanX: Big ships & legends, live from Hong Kong
Bits and pieces
Hong Kong has always had a mercurial way of dealing with the numerous challenges hoisted upon it over the course of its history, especially in the way that it has always managed to keep business at the top of its agenda. But the recent pre-democracy protests that have been headline news around the world have seriously dented its reputation, an in a recent Civil Unrest Index saw it leapfrog Liberia, which is currently struggling to contain the Ebola outbreak, and presenting a challenge to risk analysts in major companies that they might not have foreseen.
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