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Chinese businessmen seek Hong Kong government role with new party

Bauhinia leader aims to bring private-sector experience into next cabinet

"If global financial institutions and talent exit Hong Kong, our city will fall from its position as a leading international financial center," said Li Shan of the Bauhinia Party. (Photo by Takeshi Kihara)

HONG KONG -- Over the past two years, anti-government protests and the coronavirus pandemic have pummeled Hong Kong's economy into its worst recession on record.

Amid this turmoil, a mainland Chinese-born banker argues his young political party can bring business expertise into bringing the city's government back on track. 

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