Event sponsored by the Stratfor Center for Applied Geopolitics at RANE is open to the public
New York, NY – RANE (Risk Assistance Network + Exchange) will host a special virtual briefing session on December 7, 2022 at 9 am ET, to provide a status check on recent government and business environment changes in Hong Kong.
Since the Hong Kong authorities cracked down on the protests of 2019-2020 and used the National Security Law to imprison political dissenters, Hong Kong has been under a new stricter governance regime that increasingly resembles mainland China’s. New Chief Executive John Lee seems set to perpetuate a more authoritarian and securitized governance model.
“Questions remain as to how the government will expand the National Security Law, when the territory’s COVID-19 controls will end, whether Hong Kong will lose its status as a global financial hub, and if rule of law will survive under a politicized judiciary,” says RANE’s Asia Pacific analyst, Chase Blazek, who will be leading RANE’s briefing session.
Learn where Hong Kong is headed as an international business and finance hub, and what developments will mean for the Hong Kong and Chinese economy but also for businesses in Hong Kong, China, and other Asian hubs like Singapore.
Join RANE’s panel of experts and get strategic intelligence on the business risks and opportunities ahead.
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