Hong Kong’s prime office market, the most expensive globally for four years running, cooled in the second quarter, reflecting its first drop since the final three-months of 2013. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong’s prime office market wobbles as Chinese firms scale back amid trade war

  • Grade-A office rents slide 0.1 per cent in the second quarter as mainland firms turn cautious, slow paces of expansion
  • Leasing activity expected to be soft until first early 2020, says CBRE
Topic |   Hong Kong property

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Hong Kong’s prime office market, the most expensive globally for four years running, cooled in the second quarter, reflecting its first drop since the final three-months of 2013. Photo: Robert Ng
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