Hong Kong security law unlikely to transform city's political autonomy: Teneo

While Hong Kong's proposed national security law by China is an "incremental erosion" of the city's political autonomy, it is unlikely to be transformative for the city's role as a regional business and financial center, says Gabriel Wildau of Teneo Risk Advisory. He adds that the city is likely to maintain its "high quality, relatively independent" judiciary system and "free press."
Mon, May 25 202011:08 PM EDT