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Thirteen weeks of unrest have begun to take on Hong Kong’s economy and markets. Local share prices are sinking, the property market is softening, capital flight and traders’ short positions are weighing on the USD/HKD peg, and the economy is on the cusp of recession. As dangerous as the political impasse seems, the situation might be salvageable due to one factor: Taiwan.

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