Hong Kong's retail sales, particularly of luxury items, have been hit in the past six months and the civil unrest has dealt another blow to the economy. Photo: Bloomberg Hong Kong's retail sales, particularly of luxury items, have been hit in the past six months and the civil unrest has dealt another blow to the economy. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong's retail sales, particularly of luxury items, have been hit in the past six months and the civil unrest has dealt another blow to the economy. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong's stark choice: gradual integration or slow decay

Dan Steinbock says the city's social and economic challenges can only be addressed through more cooperation with the mainland

Topic |   Occupy Central
Hong Kong's retail sales, particularly of luxury items, have been hit in the past six months and the civil unrest has dealt another blow to the economy. Photo: Bloomberg Hong Kong's retail sales, particularly of luxury items, have been hit in the past six months and the civil unrest has dealt another blow to the economy. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong's retail sales, particularly of luxury items, have been hit in the past six months and the civil unrest has dealt another blow to the economy. Photo: Bloomberg
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