Harvey Nichols owner Dickson Concept’s retail division recorded a loss of HK$209.5 million last year. Photo: SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Harvey Nichols owner Dickson Concepts warns of long, gloomy days ahead for Hong Kong’s retail industry as sales are crushed by Covid-19

  • Licensee of brands including Tod’s and Roger Vivier expects the retail industry’s recovery from Covid-19 to be long and painful
  • The company said it is facing the most challenging consumer environment it’s ever seen in Hong Kong after the pandemic stopped mainland Chinese coming to the city
Topic |   Retailing
Harvey Nichols owner Dickson Concept’s retail division recorded a loss of HK$209.5 million last year. Photo: SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images
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