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China Inc. in Barcelona and Hong Kong's crypto ambitions

The inside story on the Asia tech trends that matter, from Nikkei Asia and the Financial Times

Hello, this is Kenji from Hong Kong, where everyday life is gradually returning to normal. After three-plus years of various restrictions, the mask mandate was finally lifted on Wednesday. A number of Hong Kong-listed companies are switching back from virtual to real press conferences for the annual earnings season, which will get into full swing this month.

Other business-related events, such as Credit Suisse's annual investment conference, will also be held in-person for the first time in three years. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority will co-host a central bankers' conference this month as the local government attempts to repair its reputation as an international hub, which has been tarnished by harsh pandemic policies and political repression.

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