Hong Kong, which counts mainland China as its biggest trade partner, is likely to suffer economically from the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Roy Issa Hong Kong, which counts mainland China as its biggest trade partner, is likely to suffer economically from the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Roy Issa
Hong Kong, which counts mainland China as its biggest trade partner, is likely to suffer economically from the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Roy Issa

Hong Kong exports in 2019 record sharpest drop in a decade at 4.1 per cent amid US-China trade war

  • The year-on-year drop, together with a 6.5 per cent decrease in imports, resulted in a trade deficit of US$55 billion last year
  • Coronavirus outbreak may further disrupt city’s economic activities, government spokesman says

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Hong Kong, which counts mainland China as its biggest trade partner, is likely to suffer economically from the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Roy Issa Hong Kong, which counts mainland China as its biggest trade partner, is likely to suffer economically from the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Roy Issa
Hong Kong, which counts mainland China as its biggest trade partner, is likely to suffer economically from the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Roy Issa
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