This file photo taken on January 21, 2020 shows a man using his phone as he stands on a viewing point popular with tourists that faces the skyline (back) of Hong Kong island. Photo: AFP This file photo taken on January 21, 2020 shows a man using his phone as he stands on a viewing point popular with tourists that faces the skyline (back) of Hong Kong island. Photo: AFP
This file photo taken on January 21, 2020 shows a man using his phone as he stands on a viewing point popular with tourists that faces the skyline (back) of Hong Kong island. Photo: AFP
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The rule of law is what sets Hong Kong apart for investors

  • The Fraser Institute says its ranking of Hong Kong as the world’s freest economy is being undermined by interference from China
  • It is a reminder that an independent judiciary is a central plank of the perception of a level playing field for investment

This file photo taken on January 21, 2020 shows a man using his phone as he stands on a viewing point popular with tourists that faces the skyline (back) of Hong Kong island. Photo: AFP This file photo taken on January 21, 2020 shows a man using his phone as he stands on a viewing point popular with tourists that faces the skyline (back) of Hong Kong island. Photo: AFP
This file photo taken on January 21, 2020 shows a man using his phone as he stands on a viewing point popular with tourists that faces the skyline (back) of Hong Kong island. Photo: AFP
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