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Tai's assertions attack Basic Law at its root

Some "pan-democrats" took issue with a statement made by the current chief executive in 2016 to the effect that one need not fully agree with every clause in the Basic Law, saying that this contradicts the requirement that officials and legislators are supposed to espouse the Basic Law.

Security threats anything but remote

Time ripe to fix narrow tax base

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Tech park going all out to woo talent

Hong Kong Science Park - the SAR's premier tech park - is to push forward a streamlined recruiting scheme to allow local companies easier access to overseas talents and invigorate the city's entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Mainland, HKSAR cheek by jowl in Bay Area push

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Sichuan here we come!

A33-strong delegation from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, led by the central government's top foreign affairs official in the SAR, ended a five-day visit to Sichuan province on April 12 aimed at boosting economic ties and exploring the investment climate in the southwestern province.


'Slim chance' to reopen electoral reform soon

The administration could reopen electoral reform efforts so long as it forms a constitutional reform task force later this year, though the chance is slim in the current term, said Raymond Tam Chi-yuen - former secretary for constitutional and mainland affairs.

National Anthem Law 'will not affect freedoms'

Tam looks back on decade in govt posts, by-election