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The UK will 'miss the EU more'

Horst Geicke, European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, says the U.K. cannot drop its membership at the country club and still reap all the benefits.

Source: CNBC.com

Tesla's China business is booming

Hong Kong-traded Tencent, best known for its WeChat messaging app, disclosed in a Tuesday filing that it's taken a 5 percent stake in Tesla.

Source: CNBC.com

Hong Kong markets don't care about the election: Pro

Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says Hong Kong investors are more concerned about the mainland government's monetary and fiscal policies.

Source: CNBC.com

Hong Kong people want democracy: Emily Lau

Emily Lau, Democratic Party, says giving Hong Kong democracy will not undermine China's security.

Source: CNBC.com

Hong Kong will not have peace: Emily Lau

Emily Lau, Democratic Party, says if Beijing continues to strong arm the pro-democracy faction, it will be difficult for Carrie Lam to unite the people.

Source: CNBC.com

What's up with Huishan Dairy?

Hao Hong of Bank of Communications International says Hong Kong markets are due for a clean-up but punting on shell companies is a profitable strategy.

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Political reform in Hong Kong

Victor Chu of First Eastern Investment Group talks about how Hong Kong's future attempts at achieving "one man, one vote" might play out.

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Hong Kong ripe for disruption: Aviva CEO

Mark Wilson, group CEO of Aviva, talks about the insurer's digital strategy aimed at shaking things up in Hong Kong.

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'Carrie is going to have a difficult job'

Michael Tien, New People's Party, and Dennis Kwok, Civic Party, weigh in on the divide between the pro-Beijing and pan-democrat camps in Hong Kong.

Source: CNBC.com

Carrie Lam's 777 votes

Michael Tien, New People's Party, and Dennis Kwok, Civic Party, discuss the higher than expected number of ballots cast for Carrie Lam in Hong Kong.

Source: CNBC.com