After Cathay Pacific, which Hong Kong firm is next to face Beijing's wrath?

HONG KONG - The sudden resignation of Cathay Pacific chief executive officer Rupert Hogg last week after the airline incurred the wrath of China over anti-government protests in Hong Kong has raised the million-dollar question of who could be next to get the axe.

Observers in the political and business sectors say Mr Hogg's shocking exit is a warning to all Hong Kong firms and foreign multinational companies (MNCs) that they risk being at the receiving end of Beijing's wrath.

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