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The extent to which Hong Kong’s container facilities should be expanded has been the subject of the sort of intense debate for more than a decade. Originally on the drawing board was Container Terminal 10, but given that CT9, opened nearly 10 years ago, has never been fully utilised, and the fact that growth at what used to be the entrepot to China has slowed to a snail’s pace as China has built up its own export gateways, focus is switching to maximising the use of existing facilities in Hong Kong. The port will, ultimately, need more space though.

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