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Bloomberg Reports Hong Kong International Schools Say They May Not Survive Health Crisis

By Denise Wee

02/17/2020

Bloomberg Reports Hong Kong International Schools Say They May Not Survive Health Crisis
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“If the specific needs of international schools cannot be rapidly addressed, this will very likely trigger decisions of families (not just expatriates) to leave Hong Kong in the coming weeks,” wrote Rebecca Silli and Peter Burnett, chairs of the French and British chambers. “This would also have dramatic consequences on the international schools’ financial position, even to the point of putting at risk the continued operation of some.” Read the original article on Bloomberg News here.




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