Hong Kong’s food truck program could hit the end of the road as the city’s trade minister says it has limited room to grow

Hong Kong’s food truck program could hit the end of the road as the city’s trade minister says it has limited room to grow




Hong Kong’s battered food trucks could soon be taken off the streets after more than four years of service, with the government refusing to rule out the program being abandoned early next year. Minister of Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau Tang-wah on Wednesday admitted that the troubled program may not survive a government review of its effectiveness during the coronavirus pandemic. “Food trucks as a tourism facility in Hong Kong have limited room for development,” he said….

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Hong Kong’s battered food trucks could soon be taken off the streets after more than four years of service, with the government refusing to rule out the program being abandoned early next year. Minister of Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau Tang-wah on Wednesday admitted that the troubled program may not survive a government review of its effectiveness during the coronavirus pandemic. “Food trucks as a tourism facility in Hong Kong have limited room for development,” he said….

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