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Hong Kong protests hurt Holiday Inn-owner IHG, sees pain from virus outbreak

Reuters Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Holiday Inn-owner InterContinental Hotels Group reported on Tuesday a slight dip in annual room revenue, hurt by a fall in bookings in Hong Kong due to protests, and flagged short-term hit from the virus outbreak in China.
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