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Hong Kong Shipping Report Q2 2015

Hong Kong Shipping Report Q2 2015

BMI View: According to BMI's forecasts, the port of Hong Kong will resume growth in box volumes in 2015 after three years of decline. Recent throughput volumes have been affected by a number of factors, including recession in the eurozone, sluggish US growth, the slowing Chinese economy, a move by Chinese factories further inland and competition from the port of Shenzhen. However, some of these factors are now expected to ease.

Over the medium term to 2019 we forecast further growth at the port, although it will not overtake Shenzhen in terms of box throughput. However, the port of Hong Kong has long-term expansion plans in place to ensure it remains among the world's top ports.

BMI Industry View
Operational Risk
Industry Forecast
Port Of Hong Kong Throughput Outlook
Table: Major Ports Data (Hong Kong 2012-2019)
Table: Trade Overview (Hong Kong 2012-2019)
Table: Key Trade Indicators (Hong Kong 2012-2019)
Table: Hong Kong's Top Import Sources, 2006-2013 (USDmn)
Table: Hong Kong's Top Export Destinations, 2006-2013 (USDmn)
Market Overview
Hong Kong Container Shipping Market Overview
Company Profile
Pacific Basin Shipping
Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL)
TS Lines
Sinotrans Shipping Ltd
Shipping - Global Industry View
Container Lines To Prosper In 2015
Global Company Strategy
Maersk Line
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC)
Evergreen Line
COSCO Container Lines Company (COSCON)
Macroeconomic Forecast
Economic Analysis
Demographic Forecast
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Hong Kong 1990-2025)
Table: Key Population Ratios (Hong Kong 1990-2025)
Table: Urban/Rural Population And Life Expectancy (Hong Kong 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group (Hong Kong 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group % (Hong Kong 1990-2025)

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