Industry experts predict a sharp decline in business as tourist arrivals are expected to tumble around 30 per cent during the golden week this year. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong protests leave ‘golden week’ tourist boom in tatters as visitor arrivals during Chinese holiday period are set to be slashed by a third

  • Financial Secretary Paul Chan says he foresees the number of tourists will fall significantly on National Day
  • Tourism lawmaker Yiu Si-wing considers this worst hit to industry during golden week since 2003 Sars outbreak
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Industry experts predict a sharp decline in business as tourist arrivals are expected to tumble around 30 per cent during the golden week this year. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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