Robert Grieves (left) and Tara Joseph, the chairman and president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong respectively, were denied entry to Macau. Photo: Jonathan Wong Robert Grieves (left) and Tara Joseph, the chairman and president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong respectively, were denied entry to Macau. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Robert Grieves (left) and Tara Joseph, the chairman and president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong respectively, were denied entry to Macau. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Heads of influential American business group in Hong Kong denied entry to Macau after opposition to extradition bill

  • Tara Joseph, president of the American Chamber of Commerce, and group’s chairman Robert Grieves held at border for two hours, on their way to an annual ball
  • Refusal comes after chamber’s opposition to doomed extradition bill, and tension over US legislation on Hong Kong affairs

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Robert Grieves (left) and Tara Joseph, the chairman and president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong respectively, were denied entry to Macau. Photo: Jonathan Wong Robert Grieves (left) and Tara Joseph, the chairman and president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong respectively, were denied entry to Macau. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Robert Grieves (left) and Tara Joseph, the chairman and president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong respectively, were denied entry to Macau. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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