AmCham’s Flash Survey on Hong Kong Protests

In light of the Hong Kong (HK) protests, AmCham conducted a survey from 21st to 29th August 2019 to ascertain businesses’ attitudes towards the ongoing situation in HK. A total of 120 responses were collected from a diverse industry pool.











AmCham’s Flash Survey on Hong Kong Protests













Media Coverage:



October 27, 2019 VOA News Hong Kong Business People Set their Sights on America
October 25, 2019 South China Morning Post Singapore begins to see more gains from Hong Kong’s months of unrest
October 10, 2019 Mothership S’pore benefits from unrest in Hong Kong, but it is careful not to be seen as profiting: Ex-diplomat
September 17, 2019 Mothership 24% of businesses in Hong Kong looking to move to S’pore: Survey
September 16, 2019 Taiwan News Singapore likely to profit from businesses leaving unrest in Hong Kong
September 15, 2019 South China Morning Post How bad is it in Hong Kong? Depends where you are when asked, Singapore business survey finds
September 14, 2019 Money FM 89.3 Weekends With Glenn van Zutphen & Neil Humphreys: Interview with Hui Ching Tan (How the Hong Kong Protests Have Impacted Business)
September 13, 2019 Al Jazeera Hong Kong’s losses may be Singapore’s gain, new survey shows
September 13, 2019 Bloomberg Hong Kong Firms Look to Singapore to Escape Protests
September 13, 2019 Asia Times AmCham survey shows HK losing its corporate edge
September 13, 2019 The Straits Times

Most businesses staying put for now in Hong Kong despite anti-government protests, survey shows

September 13, 2019 The Business Times

Protests have hurt HK’s reputation, AmCham poll finds

September 12, 2019 Financial Times Singapore eyes opportunity to supplant Hong Kong
September 12, 2019 Nikkei Asian Review

Protests sully Hong Kong’s reputation but most companies staying put

September 12, 2019 TodayOnline US firms don’t plan to move out from Hong Kong, but wary about future investment: Survey
September 12, 2019 The Business Times

Businesses say protests hurt Hong Kong’s reputation, affected investment decisions: poll