Almost 40 per cent of US firms in a recent AmCham survey say they are considering leaving Hong Kong over national security law fears. Photo: Winson WongAlmost 40 per cent of US firms in a recent AmCham survey say they are considering leaving Hong Kong over national security law fears. Photo: Winson Wong
Almost 40 per cent of US firms in a recent AmCham survey say they are considering leaving Hong Kong over national security law fears. Photo: Winson Wong

Some four in 10 AmCham members considering leaving Hong Kong over national security law fears, survey finds

  • Respondents to an American Chamber of Commerce survey cited the law’s ambiguity, as well as reluctance among clients to deal with US firms for fear of entanglements
  • They also cited recent US sanctions and the revocation of Hong Kong’s preferential trade status as potential motivation for leaving the city

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Almost 40 per cent of US firms in a recent AmCham survey say they are considering leaving Hong Kong over national security law fears. Photo: Winson WongAlmost 40 per cent of US firms in a recent AmCham survey say they are considering leaving Hong Kong over national security law fears. Photo: Winson Wong
Almost 40 per cent of US firms in a recent AmCham survey say they are considering leaving Hong Kong over national security law fears. Photo: Winson Wong
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