China has introduced an anti-sanctions law in response to Washington’s punitive actions over the imposition of the national security legislation in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua China has introduced an anti-sanctions law in response to Washington’s punitive actions over the imposition of the national security legislation in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua
China has introduced an anti-sanctions law in response to Washington’s punitive actions over the imposition of the national security legislation in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua

Hong Kong finance chief welcomes Beijing’s anti-sanctions law, dangles prospect of local legislation

  • Paul Chan says China ‘cannot keep on taking a beating’, backs Beijing’s fightback as ‘necessary and reasonable’
  • Minister says the law could be implemented through insertion of national legislation into Basic Law, or following local legislative and consultative processes

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
China has introduced an anti-sanctions law in response to Washington’s punitive actions over the imposition of the national security legislation in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua China has introduced an anti-sanctions law in response to Washington’s punitive actions over the imposition of the national security legislation in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua
China has introduced an anti-sanctions law in response to Washington’s punitive actions over the imposition of the national security legislation in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua
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