Hong Kong's real estate sector suffers after months of protest. Amid an economic recession analysts expect prices to drop further in 2020.
Riot police in Hong Kong have released tear gas in a mall as pro-democracy protesters chanted slogans among a busy Christmas Eve crowd. This year's protests had already impacted festive plans in Hong Kong.
An 81-year-old landlord advertised that he would only let his property to Germans. Discrimination is an underpunished problem in the real estate market.
An engineer who died in 2018 has donated his entire estate of gold, property and patents to the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. The endowment is one of the largest ever given to a German political party.
The political unrest in Hong Kong hasn't only strained the political situation; it has also had a major impact on its many luxury shops. With no end to the protests in sight, shop owners are worrying about the future.
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