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Hong Kong Security Law Could Damage City’s Standing as Financial Hub

Hong Kong Security Law Could Damage City’s Standing as Financial Hub

Paul Chan, the top finance official of Hong Kong, traveled to Paris, London, Frankfurt and Berlin last September to lure foreign investors. Last month he abolished taxes on foreigners’ purchases of Hong Kong real estate. And he is soon set to host an international art show, as well as conferences for big money funds and advisers to wealthy families.

Mr. Chan’s brisk work pace represents an attempt to shore up Hong Kong’s role and image…


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Imminent famine in northern Gaza is ‘entirely man-made disaster’: Guterres

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