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Articles tagged “hong kong protests”

Airlines

Cathay Turns In a Profit but Wary of Second Half

Poor Cathay. Its three-year transformation program produces a profit in the first half but the U.S.-China trade war and Hong Kong protests are almost certain to roil revenues in the second half.

Cathay Turns In a Profit but Wary of Second Half

Tourism

Australia Advises a ‘High Degree of Caution’ for Travelers to Hong Kong

Hong Kong's protests show no signs of abating. Increasing travel warnings like Australia's will further the effect on the destination's tourism.

Australia Advises a ‘High Degree of Caution’ for Travelers to Hong Kong

Tourism

Macau’s Gaming Revenue Falls in July Amid Hong Kong Protests

An unexpected decline in Macau’s gaming revenues raises the question of whether Macau casinos can continue to hold up. Though arrivals had been strong, which helped boost mass-market betting, the Hong Kong protests seem to be a bummer going forward.

Macau’s Gaming Revenue Falls in July Amid Hong Kong Protests

Airlines

Hong Kong Tourism Takes a Harder Hit as Flights Get Disrupted

With flights being rescheduled or axed, and home carrier Cathay itself strongly recommending passengers to postpone non-essential travel, Hong Kong industry’s hopes for a softer impact on business are quickly dimming.

Hong Kong Tourism Takes a Harder Hit as Flights Get Disrupted

Tourism

Hong Kong Tourism Starts to Feel Impact as Pro-Democracy Protests Rage On

Major Hong Kong hotels expect to report lower earnings for the year but believe that the city will retain its global standing as one of the world’s biggest tourism hubs in the long term.

Hong Kong Tourism Starts to Feel Impact as Pro-Democracy Protests Rage On