One of three Next Digital subsidiaries that had assets frozen in June has been sued for not paying money owed to a vendor. Photo: Bloomberg One of three Next Digital subsidiaries that had assets frozen in June has been sued for not paying money owed to a vendor. Photo: Bloomberg
One of three Next Digital subsidiaries that had assets frozen in June has been sued for not paying money owed to a vendor. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong’s Apple Daily Printing – one of three Next Digital subsidiaries with frozen assets – sued for overdue payments

  • The company allegedly owes more than HK$2 million for a centralised cooling system it had installed earlier this year
  • Funds belonging to the firm were frozen under the national security law on June 17, a week before a crackdown led to the Apple Daily newspaper closing

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
One of three Next Digital subsidiaries that had assets frozen in June has been sued for not paying money owed to a vendor. Photo: Bloomberg One of three Next Digital subsidiaries that had assets frozen in June has been sued for not paying money owed to a vendor. Photo: Bloomberg
One of three Next Digital subsidiaries that had assets frozen in June has been sued for not paying money owed to a vendor. Photo: Bloomberg
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