A policeman patrols with his dog outside the Legislative Council on May 26, a day ahead of a major protest organised against Beijing's planned national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang A policeman patrols with his dog outside the Legislative Council on May 26, a day ahead of a major protest organised against Beijing's planned national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
A policeman patrols with his dog outside the Legislative Council on May 26, a day ahead of a major protest organised against Beijing's planned national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
Richard Harris
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Harris

Beijing’s national security law heightens risk and uncertainty for Hong Kong investors and firms

  • The uncertainty generated by a lack of detail in the national security law is expected to lead to further flight of international talent and assets
  • The fundamentals of Hong Kong’s economic structure are unchanged, but firms will need to assess the risk of capricious application of national security laws

A policeman patrols with his dog outside the Legislative Council on May 26, a day ahead of a major protest organised against Beijing's planned national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang A policeman patrols with his dog outside the Legislative Council on May 26, a day ahead of a major protest organised against Beijing's planned national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
A policeman patrols with his dog outside the Legislative Council on May 26, a day ahead of a major protest organised against Beijing's planned national security law. Photo: Sam Tsang
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