The Hong Kong skyline seen from Wan Chai Pier. Photo: Robert Ng
The Hong Kong skyline seen from Wan Chai Pier. Photo: Robert Ng
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

China’s relaxation of ‘zero-Covid’ controls comes at a crucial time for Hong Kong property

  • Hong Kong needed China to start reopening last year, when borrowing costs were at rock-bottom levels and the post-pandemic recovery was under way
  • Hong Kong’s prospects hinge on a full reopening of the mainland border, and the encouraging story coming out of China now could still spark a long-awaited recovery

The Hong Kong skyline seen from Wan Chai Pier. Photo: Robert Ng
The Hong Kong skyline seen from Wan Chai Pier. Photo: Robert Ng
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