Anti-government protesters and riot police clash in Sham Shui Po on Sunday. Reda says the violent protests over the last two months have worsened the city’s economic slump and eroded its core values. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong’s developers blame violent acts of anti-government protesters for worsening economic slump and erosion of city’s values

  • Real Estate Developers Association urges everyone to ‘actively communicate in rational manner’ and find a way out of the current crisis
  • Henderson Land Development and Hong Kong’s largest developer Sun Hung Kai Properties also urge protesters to stop violence and join dialogue
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Anti-government protesters and riot police clash in Sham Shui Po on Sunday. Reda says the violent protests over the last two months have worsened the city’s economic slump and eroded its core values. Photo: Felix Wong
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