Saturday January 18, 2020

Hong Kong in the balance

All sides share an interest in pursuing more inclusive growth within the 'one country, two systems' framework that has been critical to Hong Kong's success

1st October, 2019
Protesters rally in Hong Kong airport

Hong Kong has long played an integral role in Asian and global economic development. But its future as a key nerve centre for global business and finance is in serious jeopardy, as is its role as a bridge between mainland China and the outside world.

Hong Kong has long been a place where global companies are welcome, and disputes are adjudicated impartially, transparently, and according to...

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