Opening of China border to impact HK’s retail market

Some retailers already saw an uptick in share prices.

Opening of China border to impact HK’s retail market

Some retailers already saw an uptick in share prices.

How evolving digital economy transforms HK's 'most exciting' industries

PwC and InvestHK report details the role of digital in HK’s e-commerce.

Patek Philippe introduces three new chronograph models

The manufacturer unveiled three variations of the 5204, 5905, and 5930 models that illustrate its expertise in the field of complications.

Retail sales up 11.9% in August

Thanks to the boost from the Consumption Voucher Scheme.

HK total retail sales to reach $360b in 2021: PwC

Retailers are embracing new consumer behaviour in the age of "bricks and clicks."

General Mills China bags Retail award at the China International Business Awards

Häagen-Dazs and Musée du Louvre’s partnership combines gustatory delight with fine art.

810,000 more Hong Kongers get first $2,000 e-vouchers

In total, the government has disbursed the first vouchers to about 6.3 million individuals.

Retail sales growth slows down in July

Sales rose 2.9% during the month, a drop compared to 5.8% in June.

Tradelink profit rises 48% to $30m in H1 ​​​​​​​

The Group declared an interim dividend worth HK2.8 cents per share.

E-voucher registration closes on 14 August

The scheme grants $5,000 worth of vouchers for use in retail, F&B establishments, and transport amongst others.

Retail sales up 5.8% in June but below expectations

This was likely driven by continuing social distancing measures.

4 in 5 will likely top up their $5,000 vouchers

The majority of whom will likely use their credit cards to top up.

How Hong Kongers plan to spend their $5,000 vouchers?

A survey found most respondents will spend It on groceries.

What the future looks like for brick-and-mortar retail in Hong Kong

Online consumers aged 15 and above rose to 43.1% in 2020, but their spending dropped.

Which real estate sectors will benefit most from HK’s recovery?

CBRE reported office and retail sectors are likely to be the biggest gainers.

Over 1.5 million apply for Hong Kong’s e-consumption voucher

The vouchers, worth $5,000, may be used at online and physical stores in retail, F&B, and other services.