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Kong Court of Final Appeal decision over the right of abode issue was a case in point. Hong Kong is keen to prevent itself from becoming ‘another Chinese city’. On the other hand, if the autonomy granted to Hong Kong is genuine, it means that it can continue to develop as a global city in the world market.


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