Surekha Ragavan
Jun 21, 2019

Are the Hong Kong protests affecting business?

While the protests in Hong Kong have been largely peaceful, international perceptions are mixed.

Over the past two weeks, protests in Hong Kong have been called “likely the largest in the city’s history” with over 2 million residents taking to the streets to protest a controversial extradition bill that, if passed, would allow suspects to be transferred to mainland China for trial. Aside from tear gas and pepper spray attacks on June 12, the protest has been largely peaceful.

As the city is a hub for events...

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