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Explainer: How ending Hong Kong's 'special status' could affect U.S. companies

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
New Chinese national security restrictions imposed on Hong Kong could draw a U.S. revocation of the former British colony's "special status" under U.S. law, a move that would have far-reaching trade and investment implications.
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