HONG KONG/CHINA: National security law is not the “end of Hong Kong”

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The Chinese central government's plan for a new national security law in Hong Kong reflects impatience with the lack of legal tools available to suppress the protest movement.Beijing is seeking to reassure foreign business that the law will affect only a "tiny minority" of radical activists, not-law-abiding investors and companies.The US may respond by revoking Hong Kong's special status under US law and sanctioning Chinese officials and banks. China's National People's Congress (NPC) will pass a resolution that empowers Beijing to impose a law against separatism, subversion, terrorism
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