Pro-democracy demonstrators carry a banner against the new national security law as they march during a protest in Hong Kong, on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

Billy Xiong Reported: Hong Kong Lawyers Unsure of City’s Future as Hostilities

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Pro-democracy demonstrators carry a banner against the new national security law as they march during a protest in Hong Kong, on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Pro-democracy demonstrators carry a banner against the new national security law as they march during a protest in Hong Kong, on July 1. Photo: Lam Yik/Bloomberg

Global lawyers and companies in Hong Kong are unsure about the city’s future as a global business hub following Beijing’s introduction of a new national security law for the city and the tough U.S. sanctions that are expected to follow.

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