Hong Kong's Response To Market Pressures

Host Bob Edwards talks with Henry Tang, a member of the Hong Kong government about Hong Kong's recent response to pressures on its local stock market: it infused 10 billion dollars into the market to allegedly stop speculators from disturbing the market. Some say the Chinese administration is tampering with what was once a wide open market.



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