(Right to left) European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong chair Inaki Amate, sits alongside his American and Australian counterparts Eden Woon and Stefanie Evennett. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(Right to left) European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong chair Inaki Amate, sits alongside his American and Australian counterparts Eden Woon and Stefanie Evennett. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Major business groups in Hong Kong report membership boost as more people return, branch out locally following easing of coronavirus curbs

  • But heads of American and European, Australian chambers of commerce say Hong Kong must further relax travel restrictions to entice talent
  • Increase in business group memberships follows lifting of hotel quarantine requirement in late September in favour of three-day medical surveillance period

(Right to left) European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong chair Inaki Amate, sits alongside his American and Australian counterparts Eden Woon and Stefanie Evennett. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(Right to left) European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong chair Inaki Amate, sits alongside his American and Australian counterparts Eden Woon and Stefanie Evennett. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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