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China's disturbingly fuzzy vision for Hong Kong

Xi blueprint further erodes city's special status

| China

Since Hong Kong's return to Chinese rule in 1997, a central question has tantalized economists: will Beijing emulate the city's success or crush its animal spirits?

China's new blueprint for a Greater Bay Area provides the clearest answer yet, and the free-markets crowd will not like it.

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