New centre for Asia

January 2002
Marketing Event;Jan2002, p6
Reports on the plan of the Hong Kong Airport Authority to build an exhibition center to develop the area around Hong Kong International Airport. Venue of the center; Expected revenues from the exhibition center; Number of jobs that will be created when the venue is completed.


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