Protesters march from Causeway Bay to government offices in Tamar on June 16 to denounce the extradition bill and call on city leader to resign. Photo: Robert Ng Protesters march from Causeway Bay to government offices in Tamar on June 16 to denounce the extradition bill and call on city leader to resign. Photo: Robert Ng
Protesters march from Causeway Bay to government offices in Tamar on June 16 to denounce the extradition bill and call on city leader to resign. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong’s quality of life declined in 2018, annual index shows, and extradition crisis could sink it further

  • Overall score dropped 0.63 points from 2017 – and researchers warn of downward trend worsening
  • City’s economic performance hit lowest point in 17 years, driven down by home prices and rental costs

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Protesters march from Causeway Bay to government offices in Tamar on June 16 to denounce the extradition bill and call on city leader to resign. Photo: Robert Ng Protesters march from Causeway Bay to government offices in Tamar on June 16 to denounce the extradition bill and call on city leader to resign. Photo: Robert Ng
Protesters march from Causeway Bay to government offices in Tamar on June 16 to denounce the extradition bill and call on city leader to resign. Photo: Robert Ng
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