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CILTHK Logistics Newsletter February 2019

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The CILTHK Logistics Newsletter is a collaborative publication with The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong with the key objective to share insightful information and examine legal developments concerning the logistics sector.

To view and download the February 2019 newsletter, please click here (PDF).

Missed the previous edition? Read it here:

CILTHK Logistics Newsletter – August 2018

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