Nearly half of Hong Kong’s small and medium-sized enterprises do not expect to survive beyond the next six months in the face of the coronavirus, without any fresh government support.In a survey conducted this month by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce of its 4,000 members, almost half of SMEs, and a quarter of large corporations out of 231 respondents, said they could stay afloat for up to six months, it revealed on Friday.The chamber found smaller businesses were suffering the most,…