However, industry leaders have advised against the move suggesting Hong Kong should not be following other nations with such standard work hour legislation, arguing different economies work on different models.
Critics have also warned that Hong Kong may suffer if the services are transferred overseas due to the rise in operational costs, as happened in South Korea when it introduced standard working hours.
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