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Mainlanders trade lap of luxury for mid-market malls

Published on January 7th, 2014

Hong Kong’s luxury sector has lost its shine and rents have peaked. Reasonably priced malls, not eye- wateringly expensive street-level shops, are now the place to be for retailers and…

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