Anti-government protesters outside Sogo department store’s Causeway Bay branch on Sunday. Such protests since early June have led to fewer people visiting the store and a consequent drop in sales. Photo: Sam Tsang

Sogo operator worried over outlook as extradition bill protests, trade war weigh on first-half sales

  • The company’s Causeway Bay store saw a 3.7 per cent drop in footfall to 78,600 people per day as protesters targeted the popular shopping district during the protests
  • Net profit attributable to Lifestyle International Holdings’ core operations fell 2.7 per cent to HK$981.3 million
Topic |   Hong Kong company reporting season

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Anti-government protesters outside Sogo department store’s Causeway Bay branch on Sunday. Such protests since early June have led to fewer people visiting the store and a consequent drop in sales. Photo: Sam Tsang
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