Hong Kong debates railway project

Opponents say railway project linking territory to city of Guangzhou is too expensive.

    Hong Kong's parliament is debating a controversial railway project that proposes to link the Chinese territory to the city of Guangzhou.

    The plan has triggered street protests, with opponents saying it is too expensive.

    Rob McBride reports on the railway debate and why it encompasses a much wider issue.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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