Surprise: Hong Kong economy sagging from protests - but structurally holding up well. Andrew Collier

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Hong Kong finance sees no end to the protests. Andrew Collier, Orient Capital Research. A “sprawling Russian-style disinformation [Twitter] offensive from China” – “Before this year, nearly all of its tweets were links to pornography” – the Chinese Communist Party strategy.
Hong Kong economy is sagging: banks have had to pull IPOs. Eight hundred mil write-off in real estate. However, how much pressure can the economy take? S0 far, it’s doing pretty well.
-- Andrew Collier, managing director of Orient Capital Research in Hong Kong & author, Shadow Banking and the Rise of Capitalism in China,

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