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Pacific Basin employees can work from home during Hong Kong unrest

The unrest in Hong Kong can sometimes make it difficult for Pacific Basin employees to commute to and from work. Therefore employees are allowed to either work from home or leave early in order to avoid running into the protests, informs the shipping company, which has, however, overall seen a "minimal impact" on operations. 

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Protests and unrest in the streets of Hong Kong sometimes pose a challenge to dry bulk shipping company Pacific Basin's employees when commuting to and from the company's office in the metropolis.

Pacific Basin has therefore taken a number of precautions because the "top priority is the personal safety and well-being".

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