Hong Kong’s retail sector marked its 15th consecutive month of contraction in April. Photo: Edmond So Hong Kong’s retail sector marked its 15th consecutive month of contraction in April. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong’s retail sector marked its 15th consecutive month of contraction in April. Photo: Edmond So

Coronavirus: Hong Kong retail sales still falling but April figures offer signs of hope

  • Total retail sales dropped by 36.1 per cent year on year in April, improving slightly from the 42.1 per cent year-on-year decrease in March
  • But Hong Kong Retail Management Association chairwoman Annie Tse says June will be more challenging amid signs of a resurgence of protests

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Hong Kong’s retail sector marked its 15th consecutive month of contraction in April. Photo: Edmond So Hong Kong’s retail sector marked its 15th consecutive month of contraction in April. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong’s retail sector marked its 15th consecutive month of contraction in April. Photo: Edmond So
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