Taikoo Sugar Refinery during WW2 (HK Sugar Refinery)

Elizabeth Ride has sent this BAAG report. This suggests that during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, Taikoo Sugar Refinery became Hong Kong Sugar Refinery.

Kweilin Weekly Intelligence Summary #66, 15.9.1944.

Taikoo Sugar Refinery BAAG #28 25.4.43


  1. HF: During WW2 Taikoo Sugar Refinery was badly damaged. In 1947/48, it was decided to rehabilitate the plant.
    HK Memory Project

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