The IFC shopping mall in Central, part-owned by Henderson Land, is almost empty as people stay home amid the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen The IFC shopping mall in Central, part-owned by Henderson Land, is almost empty as people stay home amid the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
The IFC shopping mall in Central, part-owned by Henderson Land, is almost empty as people stay home amid the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Henderson Land, Hong Kong’s third biggest developer, sees challenging year ahead as 2019 profit slumps 26 per cent

  • The developer, founded by the city’s richest man, said the coronavirus pandemic and social unrest will create a ‘challenging’ environment
  • Meanwhile, Chinese Estates, owned by billionaire Joseph Lau, reported that profit fell 22 per cent to HK$790 million last year

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The IFC shopping mall in Central, part-owned by Henderson Land, is almost empty as people stay home amid the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen The IFC shopping mall in Central, part-owned by Henderson Land, is almost empty as people stay home amid the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
The IFC shopping mall in Central, part-owned by Henderson Land, is almost empty as people stay home amid the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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