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Protests to push Hong Kong into a recession

Disruptions from the ongoing protests look set to pull down Hong Kong’s GDP growth to its lowest since the global financial crisis this quarter and there is a growing risk of an even worse outcome if a further escalation triggers capital flight. The Hong Kong Dollar peg would probably survive the fallout, but the city’s property market would be hit hard, resulting in a deep recession.

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