UK Foreign Secretary bans tear gas sales to Hong Kong after protests
Tuesday, 25 June 2019 () Britain urged an independent investigation into the violence against protesters in Hong Kong opposed to a bill that would allow people to be sent to mainland China for trial, warning on Tuesday that the fate of its former colony would be a litmus test for China.
Richemont reported a surprise drop in revenue from its watch business, with protests in Hong Kong cutting sales in a key luxury market for the owner of Cartier. News24 Also reported by •Reuters India •FT.com
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The massive protests that have rattled Hong Kong in recent weeks will put hundreds of thousands of mainland Chinese tourists off visiting the city this year,... WorldNews Also reported by •Christian Science Monitor •Seattle Times •euronews