Hong Kong retailers forecast drop in sales due to protests
Tuesday, 16 July 2019 The Hong Kong Retail Management Association said on Tuesday its members expect sales for July and August to see a double-digit drop from a year earlier due to protests that have gripped the Chinese-ruled city for more than a month.
Police in Sheung Shui, Hong Kong, struggled to contain a July 13 protest against parallel traders from mainland China. Sheung Shui is near the border with Shenzhen in mainland China. South China Morning Post reported that the protesters built barriers to disrupt police attempts to reinforce officer...
People in Hong Kong continued months of ongoing pro-democracy protests with a series of marches and rallies on Saturday, August 17, the South China Morning Post reported. Teachers marched through the..
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Protests at Hong Kong's airport on Tuesday caused a second day of travel mayhem at one of the world's busiest air-transport hubs, further threatening the city's... SeattlePI.com Also reported by •BBC News •Reuters
Hong Kong's richest man, Li Ka-shing, urged people to "love China, love Hong Kong and love yourself" on Friday in his first public comments on the escalating... Reuters India Also reported by •euronews •Reuters •SBS •France 24
Hong Kong's Airport Authority said normal flight operations would resume on Thursday after pro-democracy protests forced the cancellation of nearly 1,000 flights... Reuters Also reported by •euronews •SBS •USATODAY.com •France 24