A controversial extradition bill that sparked massive protests in Hong Kong this week could potentially damage the city’s economy and its relationship with the United States, analysts and economists said.Ines Lam, an economist at CLSA, said in a research note that the proposed extradition bill, which would make it easier to send people from Hong Kong to mainland China for trial, could be a “tipping point” in US-Hong Kong relations and threaten Hong Kong’s special status.US senators Ted Cruz and…