Hong Kong Finance Chief Sees Property Holding Up Despite Turmoil | Bloomberg

Hong Kong Finance Chief Sees Property Holding Up Despite Turmoil | Bloomberg 742 417 Dwyer Lynch & Co

As Hong Kong’s economy reels from the coronavirus outbreak that has compounded months of social unrest, Financial Secretary Paul Chan tells Bloomberg’s Yvonne Man that the world’s most expensive property market will avoid the kind of crash that followed previous economic slumps in the finance hub.

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