Protesters march from Causeway Bay to the government headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on June 16, against the extradition bill, calling on Hong Kong’s leader to resign and to drop the categorisation of the events of June 13 as a riot. Photo: Robert Ng
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Hong Kong’s extradition turmoil won’t dampen the property market greatly – but China’s economy might

  • The city’s property market is correlated to the stock market, which remains robust. Moreover, demand from mainland investors continues to be strong while supply of residential and commercial space is limited

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Protesters march from Causeway Bay to the government headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on June 16, against the extradition bill, calling on Hong Kong’s leader to resign and to drop the categorisation of the events of June 13 as a riot. Photo: Robert Ng
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