Hong Kong’s economy shrank by 3.4 per cent in the third quarter from a year ago as the coronavirus pandemic continued its stranglehold on key drivers such as tourism and consumption.The financial hub has now spent five consecutive quarters locked in recession, although the government is expecting some improvement on the back of resurgent growth on mainland China.The gross domestic product figure released by the Census and Statistics Department on Friday is an improvement from the 9.1 per cent…



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