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U.S. looking at various responses to China's law on Hong Kong: Mnuchin

Reuters Thursday, 11 June 2020
The Trump administration is looking at various responses to China's national security law on Hong Kong through the president's working group on capital markets, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Thursday.
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