Hong Kong’s largest business lobby predicts further growth in 2022 but warns of Omicron risks to economy


Hong Kong’s largest business association expects the city’s economic recovery will continue into next year and predicts 2.8 per cent growth in gross domestic product, but warns the unfolding Omicron variant of the coronavirus presents fresh uncertainties.George Leung Siu-kay, CEO of the 4,000-member Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, said on Thursday it was difficult to tell how the heavily mutated variant would impact the economy. The organisation expected the city’s GDP would grow 6.3 per…


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