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From mainland to 'made in Vietnam'

By Emma Dai | China Daily | Updated: 2014-04-10 07:11

HK factory owners are debating options of building new bases in Southeast Asia, Emma Dai reports

Finally, Felix Chung Kwok-pan, chairman of Hong Kong Apparel Society and Legislative Council member in the special administrative region, heard some good news. The land he has been negotiating over in Myanmar had eventually been secured after countless visits and calculations. The first batch of Hong Kong garment makers is now moving to the country.

"We will be cutting the ribbon in the middle of next year if everything unfolds smoothly," said Chung. "The infrastructure work for the industrial park is expected to be finished at the end of this year, and we will move in and construct our own factories, which will not take long."

From mainland to 'made in Vietnam'

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