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Hong Kong will stay key financial hub say experts

WorldNews Tuesday, 6 October 2020
Hong Kong will stay key financial hub say expertsA recent survey by the chamber found that nearly 40% of US companies were considering moving capital, assets or operations out of the city due to concerns about the new security laws. Other Asia Pacific centres are trying to burnish their credentials as financial centres....
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