Anti-government protesters have targeted the MTR. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong’s embattled MTR Corporation reveals it will incur HK$1.6 billion in costs from protests

  • Lower revenue from train services, repair costs for damaged facilities, extra expenses for security and rent concessions take toll
  • As a result, the corporation has warned of a significant decline in profits in the financial year ending December 31
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Anti-government protesters have targeted the MTR. Photo: Winson Wong
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