Hong Kong’s 13-month battle to cut its bill for the British garrison in last decade of colonial rule

The Hong Kong government fought hard to cut its share of funding the British garrison in the city in the last decade of colonial rule – proof, one academic said, of the efforts to maximise its autonomy from Britain. In June 1988, after 13 months of …
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