The U.S. Commerce Department's regulations giving preferential treatment to Hong Kong, including export license exceptions, have been suspended, Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Monday.
Currently, companies listed in the U.S. can have a secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. But, before the latest rule change, they could not be included in the benchmark HSI.
Depending on the extent of the United States’ rollbacks on special status, a lot of Hong Kong’s appeal to American tech companies and talent may be eroded.
The U.N. human rights office voiced concern on Friday that "vague and overly broad" provisions in Hong Kong's new national security law may lead to activists being prosecuted in violation of fundamental freedoms of assembly and expression.
Donald Trump Jr. will interview President Trump in an online event tonight at 8/7c.
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Secretary of State is now "excited" to accept Josep Borrell proposal for dialogue on Beijing.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot choked up and became emotional Thursday morning when told that the U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Donald Trump from ending an Obama-era program that allows immigrants who were brought to the United States as children to remain with some legal protections.
The Trump administration’s assault on judges, watchdogs, and the ideal of impartial justice is ripped straight from the modern autocrat’s playbook, experts say