Businesses Asking Hong Kong to Revisit Covid Strategy: Gollob

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Aug.22 — Frederik Gollob, chairman at The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, discusses Hong Kong’s newly tightened quarantine rules and how they’re impacting European businesses working in the community. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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