A survey answered by nearly one quarter of members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong found 42 per cent were considering or planning to leave the city within five years. Photo: Sun Yeung
A survey answered by nearly one quarter of members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong found 42 per cent were considering or planning to leave the city within five years. Photo: Sun Yeung
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

AmCham survey does not reflect true picture of Hong Kong

  • While the findings should be respected, it is also clear that the city remains an attractive destination for foreign investors – a status that the authorities must continue to promote

A survey answered by nearly one quarter of members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong found 42 per cent were considering or planning to leave the city within five years. Photo: Sun Yeung
A survey answered by nearly one quarter of members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong found 42 per cent were considering or planning to leave the city within five years. Photo: Sun Yeung
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