Happier times: people dance at Singapore’s Zouk nightclub in 2016. An economist predicts the industry will return at some point, and there will be pent-up demand and revenge spending from partygoers. Photo: Handout Happier times: people dance at Singapore’s Zouk nightclub in 2016. An economist predicts the industry will return at some point, and there will be pent-up demand and revenge spending from partygoers. Photo: Handout
Happier times: people dance at Singapore’s Zouk nightclub in 2016. An economist predicts the industry will return at some point, and there will be pent-up demand and revenge spending from partygoers. Photo: Handout

Can Asia’s nightclubs survive coronavirus?

  • From Singapore to Hong Kong, nightclubs are reeling from Covid-19 restrictions and closures, with many businesses folding
  • Experts say keeping the virus under control, successful vaccine roll-out, government support and adapting their business models will help

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Happier times: people dance at Singapore’s Zouk nightclub in 2016. An economist predicts the industry will return at some point, and there will be pent-up demand and revenge spending from partygoers. Photo: Handout Happier times: people dance at Singapore’s Zouk nightclub in 2016. An economist predicts the industry will return at some point, and there will be pent-up demand and revenge spending from partygoers. Photo: Handout
Happier times: people dance at Singapore’s Zouk nightclub in 2016. An economist predicts the industry will return at some point, and there will be pent-up demand and revenge spending from partygoers. Photo: Handout
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