Hong Kong government cut its economic growth forecast for this year to 0 to 1 per cent, citing strong economic headwinds and domestic mass protests.
The city's growth of gross domestic product (GDP) for the full year could slump to a range of 0 - 1 per cent, down from a previous estimate of 2 - 3 per cent and compared . . .
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