Hong Kong beverage firm Vitasoy makes most of its revenue across the border. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong beverage firm Vitasoy makes most of its revenue across the border. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong beverage firm Vitasoy makes most of its revenue across the border. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong’s Vitasoy caught in political storm over memo expressing condolences to family of worker who stabbed police officer before killing himself

  • Expression of support for family triggers public uproar and threats of boycott in mainland China, a market which accounts for two-thirds of firm’s revenue
  • Company first expressed full backing for police investigation into attack followed by another statement apologising for causing distress in community

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
Hong Kong beverage firm Vitasoy makes most of its revenue across the border. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong beverage firm Vitasoy makes most of its revenue across the border. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong beverage firm Vitasoy makes most of its revenue across the border. Photo: Winson Wong
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