Cleary moves out of Hong Kong's Central district as faltering deal flow forces firms to downsize
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton has become the first Wall Street law firm to move out of Hong Kong's main business district in Central after signing a lease on a property in neighbouring Causeway Bay. The move comes as growing numbers of overseas firms based in the city's most expensive district have downsized or sublet space.
Challenging market conditions prompt firms to sublet space in Hong Kong’s most expensive district
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