Pedestrians wearing masks walk through Hong Kong’s Central district. Open and honest dialogue with international business over the details of the national security legislation is needed. Photo: Bloomberg Pedestrians wearing masks walk through Hong Kong’s Central district. Open and honest dialogue with international business over the details of the national security legislation is needed. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians wearing masks walk through Hong Kong’s Central district. Open and honest dialogue with international business over the details of the national security legislation is needed. Photo: Bloomberg
Tara Joseph
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Tara Joseph

US business wants Hong Kong to succeed, but companies need clear details about national security law to allay fears

  • Nobody wants to see Hong Kong fail, but details of the legislation are crucial for the international business community to make better-informed decisions about whether they can comfortably maintain their presence in the city

Pedestrians wearing masks walk through Hong Kong’s Central district. Open and honest dialogue with international business over the details of the national security legislation is needed. Photo: Bloomberg Pedestrians wearing masks walk through Hong Kong’s Central district. Open and honest dialogue with international business over the details of the national security legislation is needed. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians wearing masks walk through Hong Kong’s Central district. Open and honest dialogue with international business over the details of the national security legislation is needed. Photo: Bloomberg
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