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'Uncertainty': HT&E warns Hong Kong protests could hurt ad revenues

The Age Wednesday, 14 August 2019 ()
Radio network boss Ciaran Davis has warned that the Hong Kong protests could damage the company's offshore outdoor advertising arm.
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Activists in Hong Kong continued to protest the government for the tenth weekend in a row.

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