Anti-government protesters vandalise facilities at Sha Tin Wai MTR station on October 7, 2019. Photo: Sam TsangAnti-government protesters vandalise facilities at Sha Tin Wai MTR station on October 7, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang
Anti-government protesters vandalise facilities at Sha Tin Wai MTR station on October 7, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong companies ‘resilient’, but protests present new risks, challenges, S&P Global Ratings warns

  • The effects on infrastructure companies, such as MTR Corporation and the Airport Authority Hong Kong, are ‘more direct and bigger’ says report
  • Companies in ‘unfamiliar territories’ of increasingly ‘complex sensitivities that could lead to unforeseen risk, rating agency says

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Anti-government protesters vandalise facilities at Sha Tin Wai MTR station on October 7, 2019. Photo: Sam TsangAnti-government protesters vandalise facilities at Sha Tin Wai MTR station on October 7, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang
Anti-government protesters vandalise facilities at Sha Tin Wai MTR station on October 7, 2019. Photo: Sam Tsang
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