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Hong Kong bankers worry that new laws could lead to capital flight

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
China's plan to impose national security legislation in Hong Kong is expected to lead to the flight of capital and talent from the Asian financial hub, bankers and headhunters said on Friday.
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