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Hong Kong investors face uncertainty as Chinese questions mount

Deutsche Welle Friday, 21 June 2019
Huge demonstrations in Hong Kong saw a controversial extradition bill shelved, but fears over potential Chinese interference in the self-governing territory continue to raise doubts among business leaders there.
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