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Hong Kong Jewelry Shows Postponed to 2021
Organizers pushed back the show dates due to an extension of coronavirus-related travel restrictions in Hong Kong.
New York—The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will not hold its two jewelry trade shows this year as coronavirus-related restrictions are extended.
Initially scheduled for March, the shows were moved to May, then to August, and now will be held in March 2021, according to a company announcement.
The postponement follows a decision by the Hong Kong government to extend travel restrictions until Sept.18.
Hong Kong’s current policy denies entry to non-Hong Kong residents arriving from any location other than mainland China, Macau or Taiwan.
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The council said it is “consulting with the industry to explore other viable promotional options to help companies seize business opportunities during this challenging time.”
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