Hong Kong makes the top 30 of the Schroders Global City Index, although its position at 26th reflects some of our concerns, writes Hugo Machin, co-head of global real estate securities at Schroders.
On the surface, Hong Kong has many of the ingredients that make a city attractive to invest in. The impact of a strong cultural scene in a global city (particularly to support inbound tourism) is a vital...
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