Hong Kong has come to the aid of individuals and companies affected by the outbreak, but has not addressed the issue of commercial and residential land supply. Illustration: Kuen lau Hong Kong has come to the aid of individuals and companies affected by the outbreak, but has not addressed the issue of commercial and residential land supply. Illustration: Kuen lau
Hong Kong has come to the aid of individuals and companies affected by the outbreak, but has not addressed the issue of commercial and residential land supply. Illustration: Kuen lau

Can Hong Kong’s free-falling real estate market avoid the cliff, as deep-pocketed Chinese tourists and companies stay away?

  • China, itself caught up with the pandemic, might not be best placed to help city’s economy
  • Hong Kong has come to the aid of individuals and companies affected by the outbreak, but has not addressed the issue of commercial and residential land supply

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Hong Kong has come to the aid of individuals and companies affected by the outbreak, but has not addressed the issue of commercial and residential land supply. Illustration: Kuen lau Hong Kong has come to the aid of individuals and companies affected by the outbreak, but has not addressed the issue of commercial and residential land supply. Illustration: Kuen lau
Hong Kong has come to the aid of individuals and companies affected by the outbreak, but has not addressed the issue of commercial and residential land supply. Illustration: Kuen lau
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