A woman walks past closed retail shops in Mong Kok on September 19. Hong Kong stock and property markets are down, while small and medium-sized enterprises face unprecedented difficulties. Photo: Edmond So
A woman walks past closed retail shops in Mong Kok on September 19. Hong Kong stock and property markets are down, while small and medium-sized enterprises face unprecedented difficulties. Photo: Edmond So
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

Hong Kong is reconnecting with a world economy heading for a deep recession and stagflation

  • Experts are predicting the deepest global recession in 40 years, led by the US, Europe and China, amid record debt and rising costs – just as Hong Kong is looking for a boost following over 30 months of economic self-harm

A woman walks past closed retail shops in Mong Kok on September 19. Hong Kong stock and property markets are down, while small and medium-sized enterprises face unprecedented difficulties. Photo: Edmond So
A woman walks past closed retail shops in Mong Kok on September 19. Hong Kong stock and property markets are down, while small and medium-sized enterprises face unprecedented difficulties. Photo: Edmond So
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