The HongKong city has opened a Dialoque Office in order to start the engagement with different stakeholders regarding the protests in the city.

According to the South China Morning Post, this will help to build bridges in the area with over 100 days of ongoing protests. The city has faced many cancellations in the tourism business due to the protests. According to the newspaper, hotel stays and airplane ticket sales have fallen.

The credit rating company Moody’s have lowered the HongKong’s outlook to negative, but kept the rating the same Aa2 level.

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