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How Badly Will the Hong Kong Protests Shake Global Stock Markets?

by Matt Lampert
Updated: August 22, 2019

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Paramilitary forces mass near the Hong Kong border. Authorities crack down on booksellers, bloggers and professors. Cultural genocide rages in Xinjiang.

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