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As Hong Kong Erupted Over Extradition Bill, City’s Tycoons Waited and Worried

NYTimes.com Thursday, 20 June 2019
Business titans who have prospered in the global financial center feared the wrath of China. They spoke out only after Beijing wavered. China’s rise has enriched, and intimidated, them.
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