Majority of U.S. firms in Hong Kong concerned about security laws: Amcham survey

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An overwhelming majority of U.S. firms in Hong Kong responding to an Amcham survey published on Wednesday are concerned about Beijing's move to impose national security legislation on the global financial hub.

FILE PHOTO - A sunset view of Hong Kong island and Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, China July 6, 2018. Picture taken July 6, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

The survey, to which 180 or 15% of Amcham members responded on June 1-2, showed 30% of respondents were “moderately” concerned and 53.3% were “very concerned” about the legislation, which aims to tackle secession, subversion, terrorism and foreign interference in Hong Kong. Beijing and local authorities have repeatedly said it would not affect the city’s high degree of autonomy, agreed with its former colonial master Britain before it reverted to Chinese rule in 1997.


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