National security law: US businesses warily eye Beijing in assessing their Hong Kong operations

Nearly a month after China passed the national security law for Hong Kong and made swift arrests of peaceful demonstrators, foreign companies in the city are holding out hope that the law is more a tool to stop resistance against Beijing’s control than an indicator of darker days ahead for business.After all, China has shown restraint so far. Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Zoom and LinkedIn, among other web-based businesses, declared they would stop processing data requests from the Hong…

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