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Criticising 'meddling', Beijing says HK security laws won't harm investors

Reuters Saturday, 23 May 2020 ()
China's foreign ministry branch in Hong Kong hit back on Saturday at "meddling" countries and said proposed national security laws would not harm the interests of foreign investors in the city.
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