Hong Kong, mainland Chinese officials hammer out final details as cross-border travel plan expected within hours

A long-awaited finish line is finally in sight, with Hong Kong and mainland Chinese officials in Shenzhen widely expected to strike a deal on Thursday to reopen the border after nailing down final details such as a launch date, daily traveller quota and suspension mechanism.The Hong Kong delegation led by Chief Secretary John Lee Ka-chiu on Wednesday crossed the border for the second time since September for talks with central government representatives, including the National Health Commission…

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