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A Comparative Analysis of Port Development Strategies in Hong Kong and Busan
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A Comparative Analysis of Port Development Strategies in Hong Kong and Busan
Kim, Myoung-Hee; Hwang, Doo-Gun;
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 Abstract
This paper discusses the strategies for the future qf the Hong Kong Port and Buasn Port. We assess whether they prepare the ports for the position of being the logistics hub, and as such could assist the ports to maintain their position in the world`s container port. We reviewed both the current situation qf the Hong Kong Port and the strategy of the port for the future (Master Plan 2020) to keep the status of logistics hub. With the case study on the Port of Hong Kong, this study attempts to examine what the strategic planning is needed for the Busan Port. We debate the Port of Busan could be seen as a logistics chain for the future. In our discussion, the strategic planning on "Port Vision 2020" for Port of Busan does not address the issues regarding this part, nor does it make any recommendations in terms of the requirement of the logistics private sector.
 Keywords
Hong kong port;Busan port;Logistics chain;Port strategy;
 Language
English
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