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A lot can change in a year. Today – amid a whirlwind combination of protests, trade conflict, and COVID-19 – Hong Kong is facing up to a level of economic uncertainty that it has not experienced since the 1997 handover.

We have gathered the views of our members from across a range of disciplines and areas of expertise to find out what is ahead for this great city. Of course, clarity is hard to come by in this period but what we see is genuine positivity about Hong Kong’s ability to adapt to a new normal.


Who we spoke to in this edition:

  • Alain Li, CEO Asia Pacific, Richemont
  • Janet Pau, Director, The Economist Corporate Network
  • Pierre-Eric Saint-Andre, CEO Asia Pacific, Bouygues Batiment International
  • Frantz Hotton, Managing Director Hong Kong and Macau, Pernod Ricard
  • Stanislas Bocquet, Founder, PALO IT
  • Dr Tse Kwok Leung, Economic and Policy Research Advisor, Bank of China (Hong Kong)
  • Aude Bousser, Managing Director and Founder, LBB Asia
  • Samy Redjeb, Managing Director, Bluebell Greater China
  • Aurelie Wen, CEO Asia, Agorize
  • Fida Bou Chabke, Managing Director Hong Kong & Taiwan, Remy Cointreau
  • Agung Prabowo, Co-Founder, The Old Man


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