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Hong Kong's Continued Protests Are Taking A Toll On The Economy

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Hong Kong's Continued Protests Are Taking A Toll On The EconomyWatch VideoContinued protests against a proposed extradition bill in Hong Kong are taking a toll on the region's economy. 

Hong Kong International Airport canceled over 100 flights Monday, saying anti-government protesters "seriously disrupted" airport operations. Roads to the airport were congested and the parking lot was...
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Hong Kong International Airport&apos;s flight cancellations Monday were a further blow to the region&apos;s economy.

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