Financial Secretary Paul Chan places a personal photograph on a mural mosaic during an event marking National Security Education Day in Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Bloomberg Financial Secretary Paul Chan places a personal photograph on a mural mosaic during an event marking National Security Education Day in Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Bloomberg
Financial Secretary Paul Chan places a personal photograph on a mural mosaic during an event marking National Security Education Day in Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong finance minister Paul Chan says ensuring city’s economic security is a ‘war without gun smoke’

  • Financial secretary says city needs to make sure national security is not threatened through money laundering or economic support of terrorism
  • Chan points to use of sanctions by foreign powers to force regimes to change, or destroy them altogether

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Financial Secretary Paul Chan places a personal photograph on a mural mosaic during an event marking National Security Education Day in Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Bloomberg Financial Secretary Paul Chan places a personal photograph on a mural mosaic during an event marking National Security Education Day in Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Bloomberg
Financial Secretary Paul Chan places a personal photograph on a mural mosaic during an event marking National Security Education Day in Hong Kong on Thursday. Photo: Bloomberg
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