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  • Hong Kong's draft election law gives little ground to protesters' demands
    Hong Kong's draft election law gives little ground to protesters' demands

    The Occupy Central movement channelled anger about the plan into huge public demonstrations that lasted nearly three months last year and became one of the greatest challenges to Beijing's rule in Hong Kong since Britain handed control of the city to ...

    The Guardian | April 22, 2015 10:26
  • Hong Kong competition law could force prices down, says commission head
    Hong Kong competition law could force prices down, says commission head

    Hong Kong's new competition law will bring tangible benefits to consumers by tackling price fixing and lowering prices in distorted markets, the head of a new watchdog says. Dr Stanley Wong, who was appointed chief executive officer of the Competition ...

    South China Morning Post (subscription) | April 23, 2015 21:00
  • Hong Kong competition law series: part 7
    Hong Kong competition law series: part 7

    Information exchange is an area of competition law that is rife with risk. There are few bright line rules on what can and cannot be exchanged, the scope of the prohibition is potentially extremely broad, and the risk of inadvertent breach is high as ...

    Lexology (registration) | April 24, 2015 12:00
  • Hong Kong Nears 'Fake Democracy': Elect Any Candidate China Approves
    Hong Kong Nears 'Fake Democracy': Elect Any Candidate China Approves

    Hundreds of Hong Kongers took to the streets of the semi-independent Chinese city Wednesday and Thursday, protesting a draft law that would allow more direct voting in exchange for a more limited slate of candidates. The latest protests were a small ...

    Daily Caller | April 23, 2015 20:26

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