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Amid protests, U.S. lawmakers say Hong Kong rules could leak tech to China

Reuters Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
A group of U.S. senators asked President Donald Trump's administration on Tuesday to assess U.S. export rules for Hong Kong, expressing concern China could acquire sensitive technologies because of the city's special treatment under U.S. law.
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