The U.S. considers Hong Kong a separate entity for trade and business purposes pursuant to an agreement from July 1997. However, there are provisions in that law that could enable the president to treat Hong Kong as the U.S. treats China. Learn more on today's Two Minutes in Trade.

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J. Nicole Bivens Collinson
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