A pedestrian crossing in Hong Kong’s central business district. A 2015 study by UBS found Hong Kong had the longest working hours among the 71 cities surveyed, with the average of 50.1 hours weekly being 38 per cent more than the global figure. Photo: Fung Chang

How Hong Kong may be working itself sick, and killing productivity

Topic |   Hong Kong economy

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A pedestrian crossing in Hong Kong’s central business district. A 2015 study by UBS found Hong Kong had the longest working hours among the 71 cities surveyed, with the average of 50.1 hours weekly being 38 per cent more than the global figure. Photo: Fung Chang
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