A note on business reactions to Hong Kong protests

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Recently, American businesses have weighed responding to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong against the financial risk of alienating the enormous Chinese marketplace. It has become difficult to resist speaking up on this  matter of significant geopolitical importance. 

A note on the following: in keeping with recent corporate precedent, and to avoid any possible conflicts with the Chinese government, all potentially dangerous opinions have been pre-censored by the Lanthorn editorial staff.

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