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China’s massive Hainan free-trade port plan raises questions over global trading rules compliance, experts say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]While the world is dotted with free-trade and special economic zones, few are on the scale of Hainan, China’s most populous island, covering an area only slightly smaller than Taiwan, and home to more than 9 million people.Beijing’s latest attempt to reinvent the sleepy tropical island as a massive free-trade port have drawn suggestions that it is trying to replace Hong Kong as the trading entrepôt for multinational companies trying to tap the mainland’s manufacturing base or consumer market.As…

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While the world is dotted with free-trade and special economic zones, few are on the scale of Hainan, China’s most populous island, covering an area only slightly smaller than Taiwan, and home to more than 9 million people.Beijing’s latest attempt to reinvent the sleepy tropical island as a massive free-trade port have drawn suggestions that it is trying to replace Hong Kong as the trading entrepôt for multinational companies trying to tap the mainland’s manufacturing base or consumer market.As…

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