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Hong Kong law leaves companies wary of fuzzy 'red line'

Banks and retailers fear inadvertently violating national security legislation

HONG KONG -- China's new national security law for Hong Kong adds another level of uncertainty for businesses operating in the city, and some are cautious as they digest the legislation and monitor its implementation in the days to come.

Is lending money to an activist illegal? How should a company handle sensitive data? Enterprises here are asking themselves such questions.

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