Tycoon Li Ka-shing (left), Hong Kong’s second-richest man, on Wednesday offered his public support for a new national security law for the city that Beijing plans to impose. Photo: Dickson Lee Tycoon Li Ka-shing (left), Hong Kong’s second-richest man, on Wednesday offered his public support for a new national security law for the city that Beijing plans to impose. Photo: Dickson Lee
Tycoon Li Ka-shing (left), Hong Kong’s second-richest man, on Wednesday offered his public support for a new national security law for the city that Beijing plans to impose. Photo: Dickson Lee

Tycoon Li Ka-shing throws weight behind Hong Kong national security law, suggests it will ease Beijing’s ‘apprehension’ about city

  • Billionaire among six prominent business figures in Hong Kong expressing support for central government’s plan to introduce national security law for city
  • Hongkongers need not ‘over-hypothesise’ pending legislation, Li argues, saying a ‘positive outlook’ will prevail once it is passed

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Tycoon Li Ka-shing (left), Hong Kong’s second-richest man, on Wednesday offered his public support for a new national security law for the city that Beijing plans to impose. Photo: Dickson Lee Tycoon Li Ka-shing (left), Hong Kong’s second-richest man, on Wednesday offered his public support for a new national security law for the city that Beijing plans to impose. Photo: Dickson Lee
Tycoon Li Ka-shing (left), Hong Kong’s second-richest man, on Wednesday offered his public support for a new national security law for the city that Beijing plans to impose. Photo: Dickson Lee
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