Sincere chairman and chief executive Philip Ma King-huen at the Sincere Department Store in Causeway Bay on April 8, 2016. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong needs to restore people’s confidence, instil belief ‘tomorrow will be better’, says Sincere chairman

Philip Ma King-huen, chairman of the 116-year-old ­Sincere Company, Hong Kong’s first Chinese-owned department store, offers up his views on five key questions on the future of the city in an interview with the South China Morning Post

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Sincere chairman and chief executive Philip Ma King-huen at the Sincere Department Store in Causeway Bay on April 8, 2016. Photo: Edmond So
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