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Could US sanctions over Hong Kong national security law worsen China’s US dollar shortage?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]US President Donald Trump’s recent threat to penalise China and Hong Kong for Beijing’s decision to impose a national security law on its special administrative region could mark the beginning of a process to cut off access to US dollars, analysts said.While the composition of the measures from the United States remains unclear, most analysts do not expect the Trump administration to impose extreme sanctions against Chinese financial institutions which would cut them off outright from the US…

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US President Donald Trump’s recent threat to penalise China and Hong Kong for Beijing’s decision to impose a national security law on its special administrative region could mark the beginning of a process to cut off access to US dollars, analysts said.While the composition of the measures from the United States remains unclear, most analysts do not expect the Trump administration to impose extreme sanctions against Chinese financial institutions which would cut them off outright from the US…

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