Two rainbows are seen as the sun sets after a shower in Hong Kong on June 16. Photo: AFP Two rainbows are seen as the sun sets after a shower in Hong Kong on June 16. Photo: AFP
Two rainbows are seen as the sun sets after a shower in Hong Kong on June 16. Photo: AFP
Richard Harris
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Harris

Hong Kong’s economy can endure the national security law and emerge stronger

  • A good deal of money has already flowed out of the city and investors are assuming the worst in the absence of clarity over the national security law
  • Despite the uncertainty, however, Hong Kong’s low taxes, vibrant business community and efficient infrastructure still make it a great place to live

Two rainbows are seen as the sun sets after a shower in Hong Kong on June 16. Photo: AFP Two rainbows are seen as the sun sets after a shower in Hong Kong on June 16. Photo: AFP
Two rainbows are seen as the sun sets after a shower in Hong Kong on June 16. Photo: AFP
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