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Foreign media 'confused' Hong Kong situation

By Hong Xiao in New York and Cao Desheng in Beijing | China Daily | Updated: 2019-08-14 07:08

A senior Singaporean government official said international news media outlets have presented a "confused, muddied" picture of the situation in Hong Kong with "superficial analyses", and Singapore is not benefiting from troubles in China's special administrative region.

"If you look at it internationally, outsiders looking in, I think a confused, muddied picture has been presented because international news organizations have dealt with very superficial analyses, and engaged in labeling," Minister for Law and Home Affairs K. Shanmugam told Hong Kong's South China Morning Post and Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao.

The ongoing unrest has led to reports that some wealthy businesspeople based in Hong Kong have begun moving their assets overseas, and Singapore was a beneficiary, the South China Morning Post reported.

Foreign media 'confused' Hong Kong situation

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