HONG KONG – Hong Kong’s respected former financial secretary John Tsang on Thursday confirmed his intention to run for the Asian financial hub’s top job in March, at a time of growing political tension and anti-China sentiment.
“I have big dreams,” said Tsang, one of Hong Kong’s most popular government officials, whose resignation from his job as finance chief China approved this week.
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