Policemen clash with protesters in New Town Plaza during a rally in Sha Tin on July 14. Photo: Felix Wong

Sun Hung Kai’s hotel, shopping mall businesses take a drubbing as tourist numbers plunge amid Hong Kong protests

  • Hong Kong’s biggest developer has seen occupancy rates of its hotels fall as low as 50 per cent amid social unrest, says chairman Raymond Kwok
  • Its shopping centres are also struggling under the weight of a slump in footfall and spending exacerbated by the protests
Topic |   Hong Kong property

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Policemen clash with protesters in New Town Plaza during a rally in Sha Tin on July 14. Photo: Felix Wong
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The luxury residential development of Casa Burés, in Barcelona, Spain, which is one of the countries attracting citizenship inquiries from Hongkongers and mainland Chinese residents. Photo: Lucasfox.com

As protests intensify, where are rich Hongkongers investing in property to get a foreign passport?

At least 20 nations that offer citizenship or residency through property investment are growing increasingly popular among city’s residents looking for a ‘Plan B’

Topic |   Property investment

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The luxury residential development of Casa Burés, in Barcelona, Spain, which is one of the countries attracting citizenship inquiries from Hongkongers and mainland Chinese residents. Photo: Lucasfox.com
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