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Hong Kong’s top finance executives bank on city to thrive as gateway to China

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By Selena Li, Kane Wu and Julie Zhu HONG KONG (Reuters) – In 1997, the world watched as Britain returned Hong Kong to Chinese rule, with some pessimistic or wary about the outlook for the city and its role in the global financial system. Twenty-five years later, Hong Kong has so far retained its status as a financial hub, and some of the city’s top executives are banking on a bright future as the territory remains a crucial springboard for investment into mainland China. Charles Li, former chief executive of bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) and founder of microfinance pl…

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