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James Stent
Opinion

Opinion

James Stent

Truth is, the national security law won’t hurt Hong Kong’s viability as a global financial centre

  • Critics are right to warn about the loss of some freedoms in Hong Kong and the possibility of a talent and capital flight
  • But many of the city’s advantages remain, including a sound legal system that will continue to safeguard the SAR’s status as a leading centre for business

Illustration: Craig Stephens Illustration: Craig Stephens
Illustration: Craig Stephens
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James Stent

James Stent

James Stent has pursued a career in financial services in Hong Kong, the Philippines, Thailand, mainland China, and Mongolia. He received a Master of Public Affairs from Princeton University. He authored China’s Banking Transformation, and presently works on cultural heritage preservation issues in Thailand, where he resides.