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Hong Kong security law: China doubles down on support for city as finance hub as concerns mount over its future

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing is expanding existing financial schemes and voicing continued support for Hong Kong’s role as a gateway for international investors into China, amid concerns about the impact of a new national security law on the city.China’s central bank on Friday celebrated the third anniversary of Bond Connect, a scheme that allows foreign investors to buy bonds in the onshore interbank market through financial institutions in Hong Kong.The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) vowed to improve the programme…

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Beijing is expanding existing financial schemes and voicing continued support for Hong Kong’s role as a gateway for international investors into China, amid concerns about the impact of a new national security law on the city.China’s central bank on Friday celebrated the third anniversary of Bond Connect, a scheme that allows foreign investors to buy bonds in the onshore interbank market through financial institutions in Hong Kong.The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) vowed to improve the programme…

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