Hong Kong finance chief aims to ‘set record straight’ in report accusing United States of smear campaign against the city

Hong Kong’s finance chief issued a detailed report on Monday blaming the 2019 protests and attacks by Washington for damaging the city’s reputation but said the national security law had restored order and the economy was now poised for a stronger post-pandemic recovery.Paul Chan Mo-po added the 68-page analysis – unprecedented since Hong Kong’s 1997 return to Chinese sovereignty and aimed at countering “misunderstandings” – was necessary to “set the record straight” and tell the city’s side of…


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