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Braving light rain, 476,000 people demanded an end to all violence and the desecration
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The participants chanted slogans while waving placards, banner
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The city was fed up with the endless illegal marches, they said.
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n hub — Hong Kong International Airport — forced to cancel about 1,000 flights on Monday and Tuesday. In additi
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“Hong Kong was built up by Chinese people, not the British. And the young people here are throwing all of that away. I’m
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The rally started at 5 pm, when people from all walks of l
ife took the stage to share their thoughts and common wishes. They incl
uded people from the education and legal sectors, the entertainment industry and the business sector.
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Paul Chan Mo-po, financial secretary of the Hong Kong Special Administ
rative Region, said the government has cut its forecast of the region’s Gross Domestic Pro
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is year, the government had predicted GDP for 2019 would have been between 2 and 3 percent.
The downgrade in the forecast was attributed to the negative impact of prolonged pr
otests and violent clashes in the city, as well as the escalation of the Sino-US trade conflict since August. 上海乌托邦
Hong Kong’s GDP recorded a 0.6 percent year-on-year growth for both the first and second quarter of this year.
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