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One analyst predicts that Hong Kong can retain its

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Re: One analyst predicts that Hong Kong can retain its [#permalink]

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A. WRONG. HK has to abandon its capitalist setup if it is not useful to China anymore. It is nowhere mentioned in the argument that China will release HK if it fails.
B. CORRECT. China would allow HK to exercise capitalism after 1997 if HK was already doing that
C & E WRONG. Out of scope info
D WRONG. It is not implied from the argument that HK will continue to prosper in future
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New post 14 Aug 2017, 23:33
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