Macau dismisses suggestion high-profile Americans were barred in retaliation against US’ protests-backing Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

//Macau dismisses suggestion high-profile Americans were barred in retaliation against US’ protests-backing Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

Macau dismisses suggestion high-profile Americans were barred in retaliation against US’ protests-backing Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act

Macau’s security minister has dismissed suggestions its refusal to allow the leaders of a Hong Kong-based American business group into the city was in retaliation against United States legislation backing anti-government protesters.Wong Sio-chak refused to explain why the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (AmCham) chairman Robert Grieves and president Tara Joseph were denied entry to Macau, but said linking the decision with the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act passed in the US…

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