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It's too soon to be bearish on Hong Kong

The concerns about the Asian maritime and financial hub losing its core competence — the rule of law — owing to Beijing’s heavy-handedness should not be exaggerated

The real risk facing Hong Kong is that the more integrated it becomes as part of China, the more likely it is that Hong Kong could be dragged into a rupture between its suzerain and the democratic world led by the US. But it would be too naive to think the world is bound to be divided

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