The current challenging climate – coronavirus included – is expected to put further pressure on retail and tourism in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong The current challenging climate – coronavirus included – is expected to put further pressure on retail and tourism in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The current challenging climate – coronavirus included – is expected to put further pressure on retail and tourism in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Lawrence Wan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Lawrence Wan

Hong Kong’s retail industry to overcome challenges posed by protests, coronavirus with value-added services, strategies

  • Short-term leases and pop-up stores to be main source of leasing activity in Hong Kong for now
  • Sharp decline in retail sales a clear warning for retailers to reposition and restrategise

The current challenging climate – coronavirus included – is expected to put further pressure on retail and tourism in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong The current challenging climate – coronavirus included – is expected to put further pressure on retail and tourism in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The current challenging climate – coronavirus included – is expected to put further pressure on retail and tourism in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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