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Hong Kong’s consumer watchdog reprimanded four fitness centres for using aggressive sales tactics, even forcing some to borrow from moneylenders to pay the fees.
The worst example was one customer forking out almost HK$2 million in four
Buying children a house and paying for their wedding are the top priorities for Hong Kong’s middle class, who estimate they need at least HK$5 million (US$637,175) to cover retirement expenses, according to a survey by China Construction Bank (Asia).
The risk of a financial meltdown in China’s economy has been largely allayed, a senior industry official said on Tuesday, suggesting the government’s three-year campaign to tackle soaring debt and high-risk lending might be coming to an end.