Businesses in Hong Kong fear collateral damage from security law

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Professor Wang Jiangyu Quoted in Financial Times on the Impact of the National Security Law on Business in Hong Kong

03.07.2020

Professor Wang Jiangyu, Director of RCCL, discussed how business in Hong Kong would respond to the National Security Law for Hong Kong adopted by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on 30 June, in an interview with the Financial Times. He noted that further clarification and interpretation are need in the application and enforcement of the law in order to alleviate the unnecessary fear of uncertainty among the business community in Hong Kong. Read more here: Primrose Riordan and Hudson Lockett, “Financial Hub Weighs Impact of Security Law”, Financial Times, 3 July 2020,  page 4 <https://www.ft.com/content/b056cd9b-c3d3-42dc-a2e1-6a204ea25e85>.

Period3 Jul 2020

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TitleBusinesses in Hong Kong fear collateral damage from security law
DescriptionProfessor Wang Jiangyu Quoted in Financial Times on the Impact of the National Security Law on Business in Hong Kong 03.07.2020 Professor Wang Jiangyu, Director of RCCL, discussed how business in Hong Kong would respond to the National Security Law for Hong Kong adopted by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on 30 June, in an interview with the Financial Times. He noted that further clarification and interpretation are need in the application and enforcement of the law in order to alleviate the unnecessary fear of uncertainty among the business community in Hong Kong. Read more here: Primrose Riordan and Hudson Lockett, “Financial Hub Weighs Impact of Security Law”, Financial Times, 3 July 2020, page 4 <https://www.ft.com/content/b056cd9b-c3d3-42dc-a2e1-6a204ea25e85>.
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Media name/outletFinancial Times
PlaceUnited Kingdom
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media typePrint
Producer/AuthorFinancial Times
Duration / Length / Size2,000
Date3/07/20
Linkhttps://www.ft.com/content/b056cd9b-c3d3-42dc-a2e1-6a204ea25e85