HK Telecom targets ex-HK residents

December 1994
Chinatown News;12/3/94, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p24
Announces that Hongkong Telecom's new office will be supported by a customer outlet in Vancouver. What the base is for; Who it is home to; How the setting up of a Hongkong Telecom office in Canada marks and important move for the company.


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