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Hong Kong security laws won't affect banks' operations: regulator

Rules on short-selling and derivative markets not expected to change

Major investment banks in Hong Kong have been gauging the impact of the laws on their operations, including the independence of analysts' research.   © Reuters

HONG KONG (Reuters) -- Hong Kong's capital markets regulator sought on Sunday to reassure global banks in the city that China's new national security laws for the financial hub would not harm their operations.

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