US President Donald Trump signed a law and issued an executive order on Wednesday to sanction individuals and banks deemed to have aided the erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy. Photo: Bloomberg US President Donald Trump signed a law and issued an executive order on Wednesday to sanction individuals and banks deemed to have aided the erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump signed a law and issued an executive order on Wednesday to sanction individuals and banks deemed to have aided the erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy. Photo: Bloomberg

National security law: who are the Hong Kong officials with US assets that may be affected by Trump’s sanctions?

  • Exco convenor Bernard Chan has a property in San Francisco while executive councillor Laura Cha has a rental flat through an offshore company in an undisclosed US location
  • A Post check on the declaration of interests by Chief Executive Carrie Lam and her 16 ministers shows they have no disclosed American assets

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
US President Donald Trump signed a law and issued an executive order on Wednesday to sanction individuals and banks deemed to have aided the erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy. Photo: Bloomberg US President Donald Trump signed a law and issued an executive order on Wednesday to sanction individuals and banks deemed to have aided the erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump signed a law and issued an executive order on Wednesday to sanction individuals and banks deemed to have aided the erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy. Photo: Bloomberg
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