On Monday, the United States confirmed it would stop exporting defence equipment and certain hi-tech products to Hong Kong due the proposed national security law, which was eventually passed in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP On Monday, the United States confirmed it would stop exporting defence equipment and certain hi-tech products to Hong Kong due the proposed national security law, which was eventually passed in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP
On Monday, the United States confirmed it would stop exporting defence equipment and certain hi-tech products to Hong Kong due the proposed national security law, which was eventually passed in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP

Hong Kong’s role in funding Chinese tech firms could be cemented by US-China rivalry, analysts say

  • Tensions between Beijing and Washington over the Hong Kong national security law has raised questions over the future of the city as an international financial hub
  • But the likes of Alibaba, JD.com and NetEase have obtained secondary stock market listings in Hong Kong, fearful of losing access to American capital markets

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
On Monday, the United States confirmed it would stop exporting defence equipment and certain hi-tech products to Hong Kong due the proposed national security law, which was eventually passed in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP On Monday, the United States confirmed it would stop exporting defence equipment and certain hi-tech products to Hong Kong due the proposed national security law, which was eventually passed in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP
On Monday, the United States confirmed it would stop exporting defence equipment and certain hi-tech products to Hong Kong due the proposed national security law, which was eventually passed in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: AP
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