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Why Hong Kong student protests matter to markets and vice versa: Don Pittis

CBC.ca Thursday, 14 November 2019 ()
Whether they know it or not, markets matter to Hong Kong student demonstrators, drawing global attention and as a reminder to Beijing that China will also suffer if violence increases.
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