Hong Kong retail sales in April rose 12.1 per cent year on year, marking a slowdown in momentum for the industry’s recovery even as the Covid-19 crisis continued to abate.Provisional figures released by the Census and Statistics Department on Tuesday showed sales that month totalled HK$27 billion (US$3.47 billion) – their lowest level since October.The increase followed a 30 per cent year-on-year jump for February – the highest climb on record – and 20.2 per cent growth in March.A government…



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