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Spooked by protests, Hong Kong citizens buy Malaysian homes

Reuters Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Spooked by protests, Hong Kong citizens buy Malaysian homesHong Kong citizens have snapped up about 200 apartments in the past two months at a sprawling housing development in Malaysia, two estate agents said, a sign that some Hong Kongers are looking for homes elsewhere due to the political volatility at home.
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