A bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square in Central where Hong Kong’s stock exchange stands. Hong Kong’s position as the most important financial market in Asia relies on freedom of information. Photo: Warton Li
Mark Clifford
Opinion

Opinion

Mark Clifford

Hong Kong as a financial centre could drown if ‘river water’ from China continues to rise

  • A more mainland-dominated Hong Kong would threaten the city’s robust regulatory regime, high corporate governance standards, and freedom of the press and information, putting its status as Asia’s financial centre at risk

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A bronze sculpture of a bull looks over Exchange Square in Central where Hong Kong’s stock exchange stands. Hong Kong’s position as the most important financial market in Asia relies on freedom of information. Photo: Warton Li
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