Over 1/3 US businesses are thinking about leaving Hong Kong, AmCham survey finds

The notorious National Security Law is driving businesses out of Hong Kong. Over one-third of American businesses in Hong Kong are thinking about leaving according to a recent survey by the American Chamber of Commerce.

About 39 percent of the 154 firms surveyed are considering leaving Hong Kong over fears about the new national security law Beijing recently enacted in the city.

Tara Joseph, president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, talks about some of the biggest challenges American businesses are facing.

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6 months ago

ccp must go to hell