Guangdong police officers hand over three robbery suspects to their counterparts in Hong Kong last July. Photo: Edward WongGuangdong police officers hand over three robbery suspects to their counterparts in Hong Kong last July. Photo: Edward Wong
Guangdong police officers hand over three robbery suspects to their counterparts in Hong Kong last July. Photo: Edward Wong

AmCham still has concerns about Hong Kong’s extradition agreement with mainland China, despite efforts to water it down

  • City’s most influential American business network says it appreciates efforts to relax plan by wiping nine economic crimes from list but argues it is not enough
  • Chamber urges government to consider alternative and ‘more narrowly tailored means’ to address any urgent extradition-related issues

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Guangdong police officers hand over three robbery suspects to their counterparts in Hong Kong last July. Photo: Edward WongGuangdong police officers hand over three robbery suspects to their counterparts in Hong Kong last July. Photo: Edward Wong
Guangdong police officers hand over three robbery suspects to their counterparts in Hong Kong last July. Photo: Edward Wong
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