Office workers walk past riot police officers heading towards an anti-government protest in Central, Hong Kong’s business district, on May 27. Hong Kong, which built its reputation on trade and as a financial global financial centre, has for more than a year made headlines for anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | China’s national security law for Hong Kong could help city refocus on what matters: the economy

  • If the law reassures the central government that its sovereignty over Hong Kong is secure, it could adopt a lighter touch in its dealings with the city
  • Hong Kong can then refocus on its economy rather than politics
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Office workers walk past riot police officers heading towards an anti-government protest in Central, Hong Kong’s business district, on May 27. Hong Kong, which built its reputation on trade and as a financial global financial centre, has for more than a year made headlines for anti-government demonstrations. Photo: Nora Tam
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