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Hong Kong Reaches a Point of No Return

Zhixing Zhang
Senior East Asia Analyst, Stratfor
Sep 5, 2019 | 21:33 GMT
Police officers stand guard at Hong Kong's Po Lam Station during a standoff with protesters on Sept. 5, 2019.

Police officers stand guard at Hong Kong's Po Lam Station during a standoff with protesters on Sept. 5. Hong Kong's days as the preeminent financial hub on China's east coast might be numbered.

(ANTHONY KWAN/Getty Images)

Regardless of whether Hong Kong's protests ultimately peter out -- or Beijing moves to crush the unrest -- the city stands to lose its status as the region's preeminent financial hub....

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