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"Read more about Hong Kong lawmaker detained over graft charges on Business Standard. Hong Kong's Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) arrested on Thursday a lawmaker from an anti-China party for having failed to declare a sum of money he received from a millionaire, who headed a media conglomerate critical of Beijing.", www.business-standard.com
"HONG KONG: A veteran pro-democracy lawmaker was charged Thursday by Hong Kong's corruption bureau over a payment from one of the city's best-known anti-China media tycoons, in a case he described as a political move. Leung Kwok-hung – known locally as 'Long Hair' – is a prominent activist from the League of Social Democrats.", www.thesundaily.my
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"McDonald's has a new recipe for its business in Asia—let someone else do the cooking. The company has received more than six bids for its over 2,000 restaurants in mainland China and Hong Kong worth about $3 billion, Reuters reports, including one from China's Sanpower Group. The pending sale comes as McDonald's is offloading operations...", qz.com
"In the last year, the Chinese authorities have cracked down on Hong Kong's once-raucous publishing industry. At least five prominent booksellers have disappeared - one from a busy Hong Kong street, another from a border area and one at a seaside apartment in Thailand. Others were picked up after crossing into China for personal or professional business.", www.koreatimes.co.kr
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