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HONG KONG FEDERATION LINKEDIN PAGE
Thanks for your continuous support to the Federation. We are delighted to inform you that the brand-new Federation LinkedIn page (https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-federation-of-hong-kong-business-associations-worldwide/) has just opened.
In addition to sharing the latest news or events about the Federation, HKTDC and Hong Kong, the page would also serve as a platform for cross promotions and updates amongst our various HKBAs, the global family of Hong Kong.
As the Federation network keeps growing, we would appreciate if you could spread the news to your members and encourage them to follow our page. Feel free to like and share our posts to your LinkedIn contacts, and tag us @The Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide to interact with us!
Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide Limited.
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38/F, Office Tower, Convention Plaza, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 1830 668
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There will be little change in current trends of mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s logistics industry this year as domestic players remain sellers and Asian investors continue to gain the upper hand.