Refusal to establish a start-up board is a competitive setback for Hong Kong

“It’s not really money unless you use it,” as the old Cantonese saying goes. The same can be said about government power and authority. Last week, we witnessed this conundrum in action. Hong Kong’s stock market operator and the regulator have …
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