Saturday, February 28, 2015   

Logistics industry appeals for land
(07-14 18:55)

The logistics industry has urged the government to provide about 70 hectares of land for its use in the long term.
Its call came after a survey it carried out, through the University of Hong Kong, revealed that those working in the business felt that insufficient supply of land could hinder further development of the industry, and cause Hong Kong to lose its competitiveness.
The industry's representatives suggested that land could be allocated in Siu Ho Wan in north Lantau, as well as in northeast and northwest New Territories. --RTHK   
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