China’s Slowdown Could Slam Hong KongWilliam Pesek
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- In the run-up to Hong Kong’s return to China in 1997, the world wondered what officials in Beijing would do with the place. Would Hong Kong’s dynamism and openness catalyze change in China, or would the Communist Party try to remake the freewheeling city-state in its image?
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