A bipartisan group of members of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) have sent a letter to HSBC, a "British multinational investment bank and financial services company," raising "questions and concerns about HSBC’s business practices in Hong Kong and globally, including restrictions placed on the accounts of American citizens and the freezing of accounts of Hong Kong activists, independent media, and civic groups."
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