Local exporters are largely pessimistic about their prospects ahead of the traditional Christmas rush. Photo: Winson Wong
Local exporters are largely pessimistic about their prospects ahead of the traditional Christmas rush. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong exports set to recede after months of mounting optimism as coronavirus crisis and rising costs erode business confidence

  • Fears prevalent among local exporters that Christmas sales will decline by up to 30 per cent, according to Trade Development Council confidence index
  • Business academic says Hong Kong government’s ‘overly stringent’ Covid-19 control measures are detrimental to local exports

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Local exporters are largely pessimistic about their prospects ahead of the traditional Christmas rush. Photo: Winson Wong
Local exporters are largely pessimistic about their prospects ahead of the traditional Christmas rush. Photo: Winson Wong
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