There are concerns international firms or banks operating in Hong Kong that comply with US sanctions could find themselves in the cross hairs. Photo: Sun Yeung There are concerns international firms or banks operating in Hong Kong that comply with US sanctions could find themselves in the cross hairs. Photo: Sun Yeung
There are concerns international firms or banks operating in Hong Kong that comply with US sanctions could find themselves in the cross hairs. Photo: Sun Yeung
Law

Hong Kong must implement China’s anti-sanctions law but status as international business hub will be taken into account, finance chief Paul Chan says

  • Hong Kong has a constitutional obligation to implement legislation, financial secretary says
  • Law is for restoring normality to market order and safeguarding interests of ordinary enterprises, he adds

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There are concerns international firms or banks operating in Hong Kong that comply with US sanctions could find themselves in the cross hairs. Photo: Sun Yeung There are concerns international firms or banks operating in Hong Kong that comply with US sanctions could find themselves in the cross hairs. Photo: Sun Yeung
There are concerns international firms or banks operating in Hong Kong that comply with US sanctions could find themselves in the cross hairs. Photo: Sun Yeung
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