Sixty-six per cent of the Hong Kong chief financial officers surveyed said their spending decisions were affected by the economic and political uncertainty ahead. Photo: AP Sixty-six per cent of the Hong Kong chief financial officers surveyed said their spending decisions were affected by the economic and political uncertainty ahead. Photo: AP
Sixty-six per cent of the Hong Kong chief financial officers surveyed said their spending decisions were affected by the economic and political uncertainty ahead. Photo: AP

Two-thirds of Hong Kong CFOs blame economic and political uncertainty for lower spending, survey shows

96pc of those polled expect modest change or even no growth in economy this year

Sixty-six per cent of the Hong Kong chief financial officers surveyed said their spending decisions were affected by the economic and political uncertainty ahead. Photo: AP Sixty-six per cent of the Hong Kong chief financial officers surveyed said their spending decisions were affected by the economic and political uncertainty ahead. Photo: AP
Sixty-six per cent of the Hong Kong chief financial officers surveyed said their spending decisions were affected by the economic and political uncertainty ahead. Photo: AP
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