Hong Kong

Hong Kong's leaders have tough decisions to make for the future.


Today, Hong Kong faces great economic uncertainty and unprecedented market volatility. Recently, Hong Kong’s financial secretary John Tsang Chun-wah warned that the city’s economy is facing its “worst time in 20 years.” In the past half a decade, growth has more than halved close to 2.5 percent. With Brexit chills, analysts expect a contraction.

However, the writing has been on the wall since the global financial crisis. Yet, critical decisions have been delayed.

Growth engines fading