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Hong Kong security law: wealthy Chinese fret about city’s status as safe haven for investment

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Wealthy investors from mainland China are watching developments in Hong Kong with growing concern, as tensions between Beijing and Washington over a new national security law raise questions about the future of the city.While anti-government protests have hurt Hong Kong’s reputation in recent years, well-off mainlanders are still attracted to the city’s unique privileges within China, including unrestricted capital flows, an uncensored internet and rule of law upheld by an independent judiciary…

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Wealthy investors from mainland China are watching developments in Hong Kong with growing concern, as tensions between Beijing and Washington over a new national security law raise questions about the future of the city.While anti-government protests have hurt Hong Kong’s reputation in recent years, well-off mainlanders are still attracted to the city’s unique privileges within China, including unrestricted capital flows, an uncensored internet and rule of law upheld by an independent judiciary…

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