Hong Kong/Singapore travel bubble expected in November: Lam

A travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore is expected to come into force in November, renewing travel links between the two cities, Hong Kong CEO Carrie Lam says.

Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble to open in November: Lam (Asia One)

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