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Hong Kong law makers

lHong Kong law makers last week grudgingly agreed to the construction of a £69M rail link between the Mass Transit Railway and the new Disneyland, ending a row over subsidies. Legislators had originally opposed the project, claiming that the government acted illegally by waiving about £69M in dividend payments from the Mass Transit Railway Corporation (NCE last week).

The 3.5km single line spur will run from the existing Tung Chung line at Yam O to Penny's Bay on the south east coast of Lantau Island, where Hong Kong Disneyland is planned.

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