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Beijing says new HK laws won't harm investors, urges countries to stop 'meddling'

Reuters Saturday, 23 May 2020
Beijing says new HK laws won't harm investors, urges countries to stop 'meddling'China's foreign ministry branch in Hong Kong dismissed concerns that its proposed national security laws for the city would harm foreign investors, hitting back at "meddling" countries as Beijing's ties with Washington soured further.
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