Departing Hong Kong anti-graft director rejects suggestions of Beijing interference in ICAC’s operations

The outgoing investigation chief of Hong Kong’s graft-buster has rejected any notion of interference by mainland Chinese authorities in the operations of the Independent Commission Against Corruption …
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