National security law: could Singapore take Hong Kong’s finance crown? It’s keeping mum squib

Even as Japan and South Korea seek to woo Hong Kong’s financial firms considering a Plan B in the face of Beijing’s tightening control, one Asian city seen as the most obvious beneficiary is keeping mum.In Singapore, which is in the thick of election fever ahead of the July 10 polls, there has been little market chatter about whether the republic should try to woo businesses and talent concerned about the new national security law in Hong Kong.In fact, Singapore’s central bank told wealth…
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