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Hong Kong retailers forecast drop in sales due to protests

Reuters India Tuesday, 16 July 2019
The Hong Kong Retail Management Association said on Tuesday its members expect sales for July and August to see a double-digit drop from a year earlier due to protests that have gripped the Chinese-ruled city for more than a month.
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