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onal Cooperation in Beijing.21 -- Voices of opposition against the passage of a Hong Kong-related legislation by the U.S. Congress has grown stronger in Hong Kong as local authorities, experts and business groups war

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ned it would not help calm down the current situation but only harm the interests of both sides. The Hong Kong Special Ad

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ministrative Region (HKSAR) government on Thursday expressed strong opposition to the passage of the Hong Kong Human Right

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s and Democracy Act and the other act on Hong Kong in the U.S. House of Representatives after the bills were approved by t

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he U.S. Senate. Passage of the legislation has sent a wrong signal to viol

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ent protesters and would not help calm down the current situation in Hong

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Kong, the HKSAR government said in a statement. Those unnecessary and unwa

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rranted acts will harm the relations between the two sides and their commo

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n interests, the HKSAR government said, reiterating that foreign legislatu

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res should not interfere in any form in the internal affairs of the HKSAR.

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The passage of legislation also triggered concerns about the economic pro

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spects of Hong Kong among economic experts in Hong Kong, who pointed out t

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hat restrictive trade measures that may be adopted

could easily backfire. "The bill is not in line with the in

terests of the United States," said Francis T. Lui, professor emeritus of th

e Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Citing figures tha

t the United States has earned 297 billion U.S. dollars fr

om trading with Hong Kong in the past decade, the largest bilateral trade surplus amongst its

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global trading partners, Lui said the U.S. move is not helpful in achieving its goal of balanced trade. Business associations also feared U.S. c

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ompanies would fall victim to the bill as many of them have set up regional headquarters and offices in Hong Kong and used the metropolis as a base to explore other a wide range of Asia-Pacific markets. The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong has called for support for Hong Kong's special status, saying that many U.S. businesses feared that the bill, with the sections addressing export controls

and sanctions, could have counter-productive consequences on them. Chairman of the Hong Kong Association of China Business Wong Ping also said U

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.S. enterprises will lose their most important and freest base in the

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