We are already a month into 2013, and the Chinese stock markets are not disappointing. In Jaunary, the Shanghai Composite Index went up 5% and many experts are predicting that Chinese stocks will outperform major markets across the world. But given this is a market which can't be accessed by most investors outside China, then how can HK punters capitalise on any gain? HK is famed as a shopper's paradise and its hundreds of malls which compete for customers in and out of the holidays. But how they do maintain foot traffic afer the festive seasons are over? As Alice Kan reports, they have ways of ensuring customers keep coming through the doors.
A shares ETF ; Malls after the holidays