Singapore REIT’s Shares Tumble After ‘Extensive Damage’ To Its Hong Kong Mall From Protests (Straits Times)

Festival Walk, a shopping centre in Hong Kong owned by Singapore-listed Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust (MNACT), suffered “extensive damage” after protesters attacked the mall on Tuesday night (Nov 12).

A few groups of protesters smashed the glass panels at the entrance to the property, including the office lobby and balustrades on various levels of the mall, the real estate investment trust (Reit) said on Wednesday before the stock market opened.

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