Hong Kong’s future retail sales performance is expected to improve with the widespread axing of Covid-19 restrictions and an anticipated rise in inbound travellers, the government has said. Photo: Jelly Tse
Hong Kong’s future retail sales performance is expected to improve with the widespread axing of Covid-19 restrictions and an anticipated rise in inbound travellers, the government has said. Photo: Jelly Tse

Hong Kong retail sales fall 4.2 per cent in November, but city bets on uptick following easing of Covid curbs

  • Total value of sales in November was HK$29.5 billion, down from HK$31.9 billion recorded in October
  • Latest figures do not reflect government’s lifting of Covid-19 measures last month

Hong Kong’s future retail sales performance is expected to improve with the widespread axing of Covid-19 restrictions and an anticipated rise in inbound travellers, the government has said. Photo: Jelly Tse
Hong Kong’s future retail sales performance is expected to improve with the widespread axing of Covid-19 restrictions and an anticipated rise in inbound travellers, the government has said. Photo: Jelly Tse
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