One reason for the tight supply is Hong Kong government policies that encourage the renovation of old industrial buildings for commercial purposes. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Investment in Hong Kong’s industrial buildings falls by half as protests, US-China trade war dampen sentiment

  • Investment in Hong Kong’s warehouses, logistics and data centres plunged 52 per cent to US$719.9 million in the third quarter as civil unrest worsened
  • The segment still remained resilient owing to tight supply and steady demand in Hong Kong, with warehouse vacancy at 1.7 per cent, the lowest in five years
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One reason for the tight supply is Hong Kong government policies that encourage the renovation of old industrial buildings for commercial purposes. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Cheryl Arcibal

Cheryl Arcibal

Before moving to Hong Kong, Cheryl covered the economy in her native Philippines.