Financial Secretary Paul Chan says Hong Kong “now appears unstable” to foreign businesses and tourists. Photo: Dickson LeeFinancial Secretary Paul Chan says Hong Kong “now appears unstable” to foreign businesses and tourists. Photo: Dickson Lee
Financial Secretary Paul Chan says Hong Kong “now appears unstable” to foreign businesses and tourists. Photo: Dickson Lee

Extradition bill protests will hit Hong Kong economy as it reels from US-China trade war, Financial Secretary Paul Chan says

  • City is already facing its slowest economic growth in two years due to trade conflict, weak retail volume and commodities exports
  • Continued downturn could cause rise in unemployment, he says
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Financial Secretary Paul Chan says Hong Kong “now appears unstable” to foreign businesses and tourists. Photo: Dickson LeeFinancial Secretary Paul Chan says Hong Kong “now appears unstable” to foreign businesses and tourists. Photo: Dickson Lee
Financial Secretary Paul Chan says Hong Kong “now appears unstable” to foreign businesses and tourists. Photo: Dickson Lee
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