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Handpicked group of pro-Beijing voters elect powerful body that will decide city’s next leader
Start-up that helped Premier League through 2020 lockdown becomes Hong Kong’s first ‘unicorn’ to list
The gourmet-coffee scene here may be relatively young, but it has already crafted its own distinct, delicious identity – one that is equal parts creativity, local character and cool speciality brews
Businesses welcome change in policy but some complain scheme is one-sided
Fear of competition means central bank projects are already hitting legacy payment companies
TikTok rival Kuaishou rises 6% as mainland investors gain access to Hong Kong listing
Project to track dangerously concentrated exposures to stocks has garnered attention of US regulators
Top official acknowledges companies are suffering but says government’s priority is city’s health
Agreement will allow global investors to hedge exposure to mainland markets and inflicts another blow on SGX
Executives feared immediate imposition of bill targeting groups complying with US penalties
Shares in Alibaba and Meituan drop as fears mount over crackdowns by Beijing
Plus, another SoftBank-backed company faces bankruptcy, and rating agencies issue a warning on bullish borrowing
Territory’s flourishing industry is increasingly at odds with China’s tougher stance
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Democrats believe lawyers with political connections may help them more in court
City records a 1.2% decline in residents for first half of year as young people and families depart
Companies worry balancing act between US and China set to become harder
From escapes to the hills or relaxation closer to town, here’s how you keep fit in Hong Kong
Washington cites Beijing’s ‘repression’ as it defers removals of territory’s residents by 18 months
Beijing’s security crackdown spreads as pop singer charged over 2018 election rally performance
Police probe fans who shouted down Chinese national anthem during medal ceremony
Former waiter rode a motorbike into police lines at a protest last year
The mystery of a mob attack on commuters and pro-democracy protesters is still under scrutiny two years later
Concerns of violent underground movement persist but analysts say incidents have been overplayed