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Gordon Wu, the flamboyant head of Hong Kong Hopewell Holdings, is planning to start construction next year on two road projects in southern China worth HK$5,720 million (£400 million).The road plans were announced at the beginning of this month, only days before Hopewell reported almost record profits of HK$1,620 million (£112 million).Work on at least one of the roads, a 28 km stretch of the Guangzhou - Shenzhen - Zhuhai superhighway in Shunde, will start early next year ...

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