Cinemas and restaurants have temporarily shut down, airlines have cut flights and factories have delayed resumption of work as China tries to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control, according to filings made to Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), the city’s bourse operator. Photo: Bloomberg Cinemas and restaurants have temporarily shut down, airlines have cut flights and factories have delayed resumption of work as China tries to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control, according to filings made to Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), the city’s bourse operator. Photo: Bloomberg
Cinemas and restaurants have temporarily shut down, airlines have cut flights and factories have delayed resumption of work as China tries to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control, according to filings made to Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), the city’s bourse operator. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong braces for coronavirus impact, as Chinese firms listed in city resume operations after long delays, while others stay shut

  • SFC, HKEX have reminded mainland companies to notify the Hong Kong exchange about how their businesses have been affected by the outbreak
  • Hotpot company Haidilao, Cinema operator SMI Holdings and Fosun among mainland Chinese companies affected by coronavirus

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Cinemas and restaurants have temporarily shut down, airlines have cut flights and factories have delayed resumption of work as China tries to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control, according to filings made to Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), the city’s bourse operator. Photo: Bloomberg Cinemas and restaurants have temporarily shut down, airlines have cut flights and factories have delayed resumption of work as China tries to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control, according to filings made to Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), the city’s bourse operator. Photo: Bloomberg
Cinemas and restaurants have temporarily shut down, airlines have cut flights and factories have delayed resumption of work as China tries to bring the coronavirus outbreak under control, according to filings made to Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), the city’s bourse operator. Photo: Bloomberg
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