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Recent mass protests and violence in Hong Kong have negatively impacted its tourism, retail and transportation industries, local officials have warned. How can the economy be revived?

As protesters increasingly appeal to the US for support, it becomes clearer their claim that Beijing is undermining their freedoms has no merit

For the first time, the Chinese authorities pledge that individuals will be allowed to go bankrupt, although experts caution that it may take years for the legislative process to go through

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Beijing warns of a color revolution as months-long protests and riots continue to spread in Hong Kong

China is home to 16 cities with an economic output of one trillion yuan. But as more seek ‘trillion yuan’ status, competition to attract resources has some upcoming cities literally redrawing the battle lines to gain an edge

Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor announced on June 15 that the Legislative Council will postpone the revision to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance which would have allowed some suspects to be extradited to the Chinese mainland, Macao and Taiwan to stand trial.