Wednesday, November 25, 2015   

Tycoon Li takes cautious view of economy
(01-04 18:27)

Tycoon Li Ka-shing said Hong Kong's economy would continue to be impacted by the global slowdown, but that his companies should perform well.
Speaking to reporters before Cheung Kong Holdings' annual dinner, he said Hong Kong will hold steady as long as China maintains steady growth.
Li also added that home prices in Hong Kong will remain steady, with a maximum fluctuation of 10 percent this year.
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