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Global stocks skid as Hong Kong returns as Sino-U.S. flashpoint

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020
Global shares tumbled on Friday as Hong Kong's political unrest returned as a flashpoint in fast-deteriorating U.S.-China relations, following Beijing's moves to impose a new security law on the city.
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