Hong Kong Safeguards its Ivory Traders

Recent revelations of serious corruption at the highest levels in Hong Kong are increasing scrutiny of decisions taken by the bureaucracy that favor certain business interests. In the past, such decisions have been attributed to a belief ingrained in the civil service and fortified by the prestige of the city’s tycoons that Hong Kong was all about business. Social concerns should not stand in its way. But the public is now looking more closely at specific examples of favoritism

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