A reflection of vibrant shopping in Mong Kok, Hong Kong during the Labour Day holidays, also known as 'mini-Golden Week' in April 2018, a rarity in 2019 amid anti-government protests. Photo: Felix WongA reflection of vibrant shopping in Mong Kok, Hong Kong during the Labour Day holidays, also known as 'mini-Golden Week' in April 2018, a rarity in 2019 amid anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong
A reflection of vibrant shopping in Mong Kok, Hong Kong during the Labour Day holidays, also known as 'mini-Golden Week' in April 2018, a rarity in 2019 amid anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong

Sa Sa International to close up to 25 per cent of stores in 18 months as Hong Kong retail slump claims more casualties

  • Most of the stores are located in the tourist areas which are “most severely affected” by the downturn
  • Company seeks to lower costs by seeking rental reductions, considering asking employees to take no-pay leave
Topic |   Hong Kong economy
A reflection of vibrant shopping in Mong Kok, Hong Kong during the Labour Day holidays, also known as 'mini-Golden Week' in April 2018, a rarity in 2019 amid anti-government protests. Photo: Felix WongA reflection of vibrant shopping in Mong Kok, Hong Kong during the Labour Day holidays, also known as 'mini-Golden Week' in April 2018, a rarity in 2019 amid anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong
A reflection of vibrant shopping in Mong Kok, Hong Kong during the Labour Day holidays, also known as 'mini-Golden Week' in April 2018, a rarity in 2019 amid anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong
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