CK Asset says impact of protests on Hong Kong’s property market will be minimal, but trade war remains a long-term worry

//CK Asset says impact of protests on Hong Kong’s property market will be minimal, but trade war remains a long-term worry

CK Asset says impact of protests on Hong Kong’s property market will be minimal, but trade war remains a long-term worry

The massive street protests triggered by the extradition bill will not have as big an impact on the city’s property market as the US-China trade war, according to a top executive of CK Asset Holdings, Hong Kong’s second largest developer.“There were only 20 days for consultation, which was obviously not enough,” said executive director Justin Chiu Kwok-hung on Tuesday, becoming the first major developer to publicly comment on the political issue that galvanised Hongkongers. “[The protests] show…

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