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Hong Kong security law: any US attempt to destroy city’s financial hub status would be a challenge, analysts say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Hong Kong is unlikely to see mass relocations of financial firms over China’s plans to impose a security law on the city, though many in the sector are watching keenly for more details, analysts said at a South China Morning Post webinar on Friday.Beijing’s decision to move ahead with the law, which some say will erode the city’s autonomy from the mainland and its position as Asia’s top finance hub, has ratcheted up tensions with the United States.The Trump administration has said it will…

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Hong Kong is unlikely to see mass relocations of financial firms over China’s plans to impose a security law on the city, though many in the sector are watching keenly for more details, analysts said at a South China Morning Post webinar on Friday.Beijing’s decision to move ahead with the law, which some say will erode the city’s autonomy from the mainland and its position as Asia’s top finance hub, has ratcheted up tensions with the United States.The Trump administration has said it will…

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