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05/29/2020

Craig Allen: “Most of those 1,300 companies are there because of the rule of law. And if the rule of law is going to be compromised, then Hong Kong's value from a business perspective is greatly diminished.”

05/29/2020

“It is a real problem for companies,” said Jake Parker, senior vice president at the US-China Business Council, whose membership includes American firms with a presence in China. “A lot of the executives are having real problems getting back.”

05/29/2020

Meanwhile, American business groups in Hong Kong, such as the US-China Business Council, have urged the president to exert caution in revoking the city's special status under US law.

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