Hong Kong’s GDP growth turned positive in Q1 after four consecutive quarters of decline. The economy rebounded more rapidly than anticipated, largely thanks to the swift return of foreign visitors as most border control measures were dropped at the turn of the year. We think this tourism-led rebound has further to run and will lift growth to 6.5% this year.
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