An American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong survey found that only 10 per cent said of members were unlikely to quit the city. Photo: Reuters
An American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong survey found that only 10 per cent said of members were unlikely to quit the city. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong travel restrictions push 53 per cent of American Chamber of Commerce members to consider leaving on personal grounds, survey finds

  • A recent survey by American Chamber of Commerce found travel restrictions were harming business sentiments among members, with one-third forced to delay investments
  • Group president Tara Joseph says poll could be a ‘launch point’ for making city a top business destination

An American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong survey found that only 10 per cent said of members were unlikely to quit the city. Photo: Reuters
An American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong survey found that only 10 per cent said of members were unlikely to quit the city. Photo: Reuters
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