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Exclusive: China prods state firms to boost investment in crisis-hit Hong Kong

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
China has called on its biggest state firms to take a more active role in Hong Kong, including stepping up investment and asserting more control of companies in the financial hub, executives familiar with the matter said, as Beijing attempts to calm months of unrest in the city.
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