A shopping district in Shanghai. Better control of the coronavirus pandemic and a faster economic recovery are fuelling optimism among mainland Chinese family business operators. Photo: Reuters A shopping district in Shanghai. Better control of the coronavirus pandemic and a faster economic recovery are fuelling optimism among mainland Chinese family business operators. Photo: Reuters
A shopping district in Shanghai. Better control of the coronavirus pandemic and a faster economic recovery are fuelling optimism among mainland Chinese family business operators. Photo: Reuters

Nine in 10 Chinese family business operators expect to report growth next year, PwC poll finds

  • About 89 per cent believe they could report growth in 2022, compared with 83 per cent in Hong Kong and 86 per cent globally, poll finds
  • Optimism among mainland family businesses would have a positive impact on Hong Kong too, PwC executive says

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A shopping district in Shanghai. Better control of the coronavirus pandemic and a faster economic recovery are fuelling optimism among mainland Chinese family business operators. Photo: Reuters A shopping district in Shanghai. Better control of the coronavirus pandemic and a faster economic recovery are fuelling optimism among mainland Chinese family business operators. Photo: Reuters
A shopping district in Shanghai. Better control of the coronavirus pandemic and a faster economic recovery are fuelling optimism among mainland Chinese family business operators. Photo: Reuters
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