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Hong Kong protests will put off 350,000 mainland Chinese tourists this year, HSBC estimates

WorldNews Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Hong Kong protests will put off 350,000 mainland Chinese tourists this year, HSBC estimatesThe 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, according to HSBC.The bank believes that the number of visitors from the mainland will continue to grow in 2019, but at a slightly slower rate than it had forecast before people took to the streets in their millions to demonstrate against the now-suspended extradition bill.It has revised down its estimated growth of mainland tourist… ......
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Demonstrators in the Hong Kong territorial town of Sheung Shui seized on another grievance following major unrest over an extradition bill.

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