Protests in Hong Kong are making life difficult for big firms. Beijing is not happy and appears to be tightening the screws on business.
Rupert Hogg is the first major corporate casualty of the Hong Kong protests, as firms face pressure to support Beijing. The airline has been forced to clamp down after some of its staff joined the protests.
Thousands of students have rallied in Hong Kong on the first day of classes after the summer break. This follows a weekend during which police used some of their harshest force yet in over three months of demonstrations.
Pro-democracy and pro-government demonstrators have rallied in Hong Kong, highlighting the political divide in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
China doesn't need the former Crown colony quite as much as it did back in 1997 when it switched from British rule. But the Special Administrative Region remains a valuable conduit for Beijing.
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