‘Let the police do their job’: Hong Kong stock exchange chief cautions against military intervention

//‘Let the police do their job’: Hong Kong stock exchange chief cautions against military intervention

‘Let the police do their job’: Hong Kong stock exchange chief cautions against military intervention

The head of the Hong Kong stock exchange has cautioned against Chinese military intervention in Hong Kong, saying it is not up to the People’s Liberation Army to do the police’s job.Addressing a group of business and professional executives on Thursday, HKEX chief executive Charles Li Xiaojia said the PLA was “supposed to be here to point outside enemies. It’s not supposed to help Hong Kong to deal with our problems.”Li’s comments come amid concerns that PLA troops could be mobilised to help…

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