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Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong's special trade status with the US: Five things to know

City's preferential position for trade and technology at stake

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said Washington will no longer treat Hong Kong, flag on left, as autonomous from Beijing. (Nikkei Montage/Reuters) 

HONG KONG -- U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's announcement on May 27 that Washington would no longer treat Hong Kong as autonomous from China has not immediately changed the city's relationship with the U.S., but it could have a major impact on trade and investment ties.

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