A Maserati Ghibli being driven in Hong Kong. Auto Italia Holdings, an importer of Maserati sports cars, warned of a pre-tax loss of HK$8 million partly caused by the protests. Photo: Jonathan Wong A Maserati Ghibli being driven in Hong Kong. Auto Italia Holdings, an importer of Maserati sports cars, warned of a pre-tax loss of HK$8 million partly caused by the protests. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A Maserati Ghibli being driven in Hong Kong. Auto Italia Holdings, an importer of Maserati sports cars, warned of a pre-tax loss of HK$8 million partly caused by the protests. Photo: Jonathan Wong

From Maserati importers to newspaper owners, companies warn of falling profits as economic impact of Hong Kong’s political crisis spreads to more sectors

  • Hong Kong’s economy fell into a technical recession in the third quarter
  • More than a dozen companies so far this month have warned that protests and a weakening economy have cut into results

Topic |   Hong Kong company reporting season
A Maserati Ghibli being driven in Hong Kong. Auto Italia Holdings, an importer of Maserati sports cars, warned of a pre-tax loss of HK$8 million partly caused by the protests. Photo: Jonathan Wong A Maserati Ghibli being driven in Hong Kong. Auto Italia Holdings, an importer of Maserati sports cars, warned of a pre-tax loss of HK$8 million partly caused by the protests. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A Maserati Ghibli being driven in Hong Kong. Auto Italia Holdings, an importer of Maserati sports cars, warned of a pre-tax loss of HK$8 million partly caused by the protests. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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