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NI SEMINAR 2001
THE PORT OF HONG KONG - PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE






TIMETOPICSPEAKER
0830 registration
0900 - 0910Welcome & Introduction
0910 - 0930Keynote AddressMr S.Y. Tsui J.P. - Director of Marine
0930 - 1000The Port HistoryPhilip Bruice - MD, Raxstar Corporation
1000 - 1030The Safest Port:Hong Kong's EconomyIan Perkin - Chief Economist, HK General Chamber of Commerce
1030 - 1100Coffee
1100 -1130 How Hong Kong Can Retain Its Leading Port PositionErich Bogh Christensen -MD, Modern Terminals Ltd
1130 - 1200Navigational Safety on Mega Passengers Ships - Highest PriorityGustaf Gronberg - Vice President, Nautical, Star Cruises
1200 - 1330 LunchCristine Loh - Chief Executive Officer, Civic Exchange
1330 - 1400Ship Managementin the Heart of AsiaHarry Gilbert - MD, Wallem Group
1400 - 1445The Natural Environment of the Harbour - past, present and future Clear Waters : Banishing Laap SaapKim Salkeld - Land Registrar
Edward Stokes - Environmentalist/photographer
1445 - 1530Maritime Money - HK v. The World Shipbroking - Oiling the Wheels of Maritime CommerceRussel Shields - MD, Wayfoong Shippin Services
Tim Huxley - MD, Clarkson Asia
1530 - 1600Tea
1600 - 1645Law Arbitration in Hong KongMr Justice Waung - Hong Kong Admiralty Judge
Cris To - Sec. General, HK International Arbitration Centre
1645 - 1715Does Fung Shui Have a Role in Port Planning?Roger Tupper - Asst. Director of Marine
1715 - 1830Cocktail Receptiom
Date : Friday 30th November 2001
Venue : The Centenary Room Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel (formerly The Hong Kong Hotel)
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17 April 2019
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