Friday, October 31, 2014   

Cheung apologizes for the rail delays
(05-05 16:50)

Transport secretary Anthony Cheung Bing-leung today apologized for the delays to the high-speed rail line to Guangzhou, where he had made wrong judgement for not informing to government immediately.
Cheung said the Chief Executive will announce the detail of the set up of the independent panel to look into the controversy.
Meanwhile, MTRC chief executive officer Jay Walder also apologized for the delay and failing to clarify the issues of the delay. He said e will take full responsibility for the delays.
Walder said the company has submitted a proposal to the government to ensure the rail line to be in service in 2017.   
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