Japanese media reporter personally experienced: 上海找妹子过夜 Hong Kong is still China’s foreign economic and trade gate
On October 20th, Japan’s "Disease News" issued on October 17th is "Hong Kong is still the gate of China’s foreign economic and trade". The author is a reporter Austrian Temple, reported that the reporter’s personal feelings in Hong Kong, broke the Japanese Negative imagination of Hong Kong.
The full text is extracted as follows: Although it suffers from new crown epidemics, it is actually the Hong Kong economy remains firm. The reason is that Hong Kong’s function as China’s foreign trade gate is unable to replace other cities.
At around 11 o’clock in the evening, the reporter ended the work, I plan to buy some food, I went to the supermarket located in Causeway Bay, the bustling Commercial Street. The flow of people on the 上海闵行区419会所电话 street has begun to reduce, but they will find that they have been in the supermarket. Here and the outside is two worlds. There are many people, too much.
The shelves are crowded with young people wearing masks, couples, and office workers who return home. Young men and women laughing while enjoying shopping. In fact, the sales of Hong Kong supermarkets have exceeded the level of 2019 before the outbreak of the epidemic.
According to the researchers of Hong Kong University, due to local demand and trade growth, the 上海松江水磨实体店 actual GDP will increase by about the same period in the previous year, and believe that economic growth will continue, because the people of the people have formed a Hong Kong economy. support.
Of course, Hong Kong has also been hit by a new crown epidemic.
In front of the epidemic, Hong Kong receives approximately 50 million Chinese mainland tourists every year. Now this number is reduced by 99%, and the hotel and tourism related industries are difficult. But Hong Kong’s real estate prices are still firm, and Japanese roast chicken stores are booked 2 months in advance.
In the area of ??Financial Street and Central Bar, until the late night is still lively, because many people have not entered the store to drink, especially in European and white people.