Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan doubles down on 3 per cent growth projection despite dark clouds in US-China trade war squib

Hong Kong officials will maintain their projection for the city’s annual economic growth at about 3 per cent, despite increasing uncertainties caused by the US-China trade war, the city’s finance chief said on Saturday.Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po said the projection was made when China and the United States were widely expected to reach a deal. But he added that the prediction of an annual economic growth of 2 to 3 per cent would stay for now even if the trade war situation had worsened…
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