Hong Kong finance chief aims to ‘set record straight’ in report accusing United States of smear campaign against the city

Hong Kong’s economy and its reputation took a battering from the 2019 protests and Washington’s attacks but the national security law and the governing principle of “one country, two systems” have made the city stronger and it is poised for a strong post-pandemic economic recovery, the finance chief has said.Issuing a report unprecedented since Hong Kong’s 1997 return to Chinese sovereignty and aimed at countering “misunderstandings”, Paul Chan Mo-po said it was necessary to “set the record…

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