Hong Kong: As Usual

After three months of Communist harassment, general strikes and riots, business in Hong Kong goes on as usual. There has been virtually no physical damage to mercantile property in the British crown colony. There are no bombed-out stores, no burned and looted buildings, no factories wrecked by sabotage. Taking stock, most firms have found that they have lost only a day or two of production time during the entire affair.

Exports continued to increase in June, up 22% compared with 1966, and well in line with the average monthly step-ups during the first half of 1967. During the worst...

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