Hong Kong SFC Argues Free Speech Is Limited in Andrew Left Case

  • SFC supports chairman’s view on freedom of speech restrictions
  • Citron lawyer says Citron founder Left wasn’t negligent

Hong Kong’s market regulator told a tribunal reviewing a case against U.S. short-seller Andrew Left that free speech rights in the city are limited for publishers of investment research, citing an earlier case against Moody’s Investors Service.

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