New virus hits Hong Kong

Hong Kong government fails to seize the day over regulatory reforms.

A new deadly virus has affected Hong Kong's financial system. On Friday news broke of a virus that started in Exchange Square and was expected to take 12-18 months to run its course. The virus, known as the HkEx Consultation period, was said to have spread in reaction to an independent body's recommendation for the overhaul of Hong Kong's regulatory system. The symptoms of the new virus - which has spread through the Hong Kong government at a frightening speed - are thought to be

  • A deteriorating ability to make sound, rational decisions
  • Clinical prevarication
  • Nausea brought on by a capitulation to vested interests
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