The Chinese flag flies outside the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Sai Ying Pun district of Hong Kong. China is again taking steps to rein in Hong Kong's democracy advocates, drawing fresh condemnation from the US. Photo: Bloomberg The Chinese flag flies outside the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Sai Ying Pun district of Hong Kong. China is again taking steps to rein in Hong Kong's democracy advocates, drawing fresh condemnation from the US. Photo: Bloomberg
The Chinese flag flies outside the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Sai Ying Pun district of Hong Kong. China is again taking steps to rein in Hong Kong's democracy advocates, drawing fresh condemnation from the US. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong national security law (NSL)

Hong Kong businesses see positive impact of national security law, worry most about foreign sanctions, chamber survey shows

  • More than 61 per cent believe the national security law will have positive impact on businesses in the long-run
  • Business sector opposes any sanctions as they may hurt both companies in Hong Kong and spread the pain overseas

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The Chinese flag flies outside the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Sai Ying Pun district of Hong Kong. China is again taking steps to rein in Hong Kong's democracy advocates, drawing fresh condemnation from the US. Photo: Bloomberg The Chinese flag flies outside the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Sai Ying Pun district of Hong Kong. China is again taking steps to rein in Hong Kong's democracy advocates, drawing fresh condemnation from the US. Photo: Bloomberg
The Chinese flag flies outside the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Sai Ying Pun district of Hong Kong. China is again taking steps to rein in Hong Kong's democracy advocates, drawing fresh condemnation from the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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