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

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