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HK tycoons can be part of protest solution

Relaxing their grip on special corporate votes could ease divisions over electoral reform
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - 05:50

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LIVE TALK: Pro-democracy protesters watch Hong Kong's Secretary of Justice Rimsky Yuen speak as he is projected onto a large screen outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district on Tuesday.

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HONG KONG'S tycoons could play a part in ending the stand-off with pro-democracy activists. The city's business leaders have an outsize influence over local politics. Relaxing their grip on special corporate votes could ease divisions over electoral reform as well as tensions

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