Cargo ships and containers at the Kwai Tsing container port, which is likely to feel the effects of ongoing Sino-US trade tensions. Photo: Roy Issa Cargo ships and containers at the Kwai Tsing container port, which is likely to feel the effects of ongoing Sino-US trade tensions. Photo: Roy Issa
Cargo ships and containers at the Kwai Tsing container port, which is likely to feel the effects of ongoing Sino-US trade tensions. Photo: Roy Issa

US-China trade war and Brexit casting shadow over Hong Kong economy, warns government as revised data shows GDP year-on-year growth at just 0.6 per cent for first quarter

  • City’s economic outlook faces ‘high level of uncertainty’ amid tensions between world’s superpowers
  • Growth is at slowest quarterly rate since 2009 and government economist says is under further threat if trade row not eased

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Cargo ships and containers at the Kwai Tsing container port, which is likely to feel the effects of ongoing Sino-US trade tensions. Photo: Roy Issa Cargo ships and containers at the Kwai Tsing container port, which is likely to feel the effects of ongoing Sino-US trade tensions. Photo: Roy Issa
Cargo ships and containers at the Kwai Tsing container port, which is likely to feel the effects of ongoing Sino-US trade tensions. Photo: Roy Issa
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