`Hong Kong Has Lost Its Touch'

The economy is tanking, and things could get worse fast

It was only a year ago that Hong Kong was awash in light. As the British colony prepared for its return to Chinese sovereignty, skyscrapers competed for the most dazzling technicolor displays. Now, 12 months later, the neon is a dim memory. There's little to celebrate in grim Hong Kong these days.

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