February 14th, 2012
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Hong Kong (CNN) - The increasing number of visitors from mainland China and overseas means that space is at an absolute premium in Hong Kong.

As Hong Kong continues to grapple with incredible urban density and a real lack of open space, the redevelopment of an iconic landing strip is being watched closely.

As Richard Quest reports, there are plans in the works for even more land reclamation projects from the surrounding seas.



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