An outlet belonging to fashion retailer I.T in Causeway Bay is damaged on Sunday during a protest against the proposed national security law for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse An outlet belonging to fashion retailer I.T in Causeway Bay is damaged on Sunday during a protest against the proposed national security law for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse
An outlet belonging to fashion retailer I.T in Causeway Bay is damaged on Sunday during a protest against the proposed national security law for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse

Fashion distributor I.T warns annual loss will more than double to US$90 million as coronavirus hits sales

  • The distributor of French Connection and A Bathing Ape had predicted a loss of HK$300 million in April
  • Analyst says Hong Kong retailers will continue to be hit by Covid-19 and social unrest

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
An outlet belonging to fashion retailer I.T in Causeway Bay is damaged on Sunday during a protest against the proposed national security law for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse An outlet belonging to fashion retailer I.T in Causeway Bay is damaged on Sunday during a protest against the proposed national security law for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse
An outlet belonging to fashion retailer I.T in Causeway Bay is damaged on Sunday during a protest against the proposed national security law for Hong Kong. Photo: May Tse
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