Tourist arrivals have taken a big hit since the protests broke out in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee

For struggling Hong Kong firms, rent cuts and return to peace more valuable than latest relief measures

  • Fourth round of measures, worth about HK$4 billion, primarily involve subsidies on utility bills and allow qualified individuals and firms to pay tax in instalments
  • But company bosses say what they really need are cut rents from landlords and a normal operating environment after nearly six months of unrest
Topic |   Hong Kong economy

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Tourist arrivals have taken a big hit since the protests broke out in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Denise Tsang

Denise Tsang

Denise Tsang is an award-winning journalist, with her career built on covering business and Hong Kong local news. She has won a number of regional and Hong Kong press awards and was a part-time lecturer on business journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University.