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27 Jan 2021
HSBC is under fire from British lawmakers for allegedly "aiding and abetting" Beijing's repression of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong. We tell you more. Also, New York pension funds divest from fossil fuels and Paris rents are on the decline.
3 Aug 2020
HSBC said Monday its first-half post-tax profits for 2020 plunged 69 percent on year.

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