The business end of Occupy Central

The motives behind the Hong Kong protest are political but rather than use business as a stick to beat the city with, the protest is partly aiming to save it.

The business end of Occupy Central

Occupy Central, the as yet unrealised protest at the heart of Hong Kong's financial district, is supposed to bring business to its knees but the reality is not so black and white.

The motives behind the protest are predominantly political but the tentacles of those politics have implications for the city as a regional financial centre.

In essence, the protest is set to involve swathes of...

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