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Majority of U.S. firms in Hong Kong concerned about security law:...

A majority of U.S. companies in Hong Kong surveyed by the American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) are concerned about the sweeping new national security law in the global financial hub.

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US uses coronavirus to challenge Chinese Communist party’s grip on power

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Apple shuts down all stores and offices in China amid coronavirus outbreak

Apple has temporarily shut down all its stores in mainland China through Feb. 9, the company said on Saturday.

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