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Hong Kong protests overshadow Merkel trip to China

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019 ()
Violent protests in Hong Kong have complicated a three-day trip to China by Chancellor Angela Merkel that she plans to use to press for greater access to markets there for German businesses suffering from a slowdown at home.
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