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MTR has kept Hong Kong moving in challenging times

CEO says that through protests and coronavirus, trains run against the odds

| Hong Kong

Hong Kong has long been known as one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities in the world. In recent months, however, it has been hit by a powerful double whammy which has affected business and shaken confidence.

Following months of social unrest stemming from wider political issues that led to violent attacks on the transport infrastructure, among other targets, Hong Kong was impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic starting early this year.

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