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Hong Kong stocks rise after extradition bill suspended

FT.com Monday, 17 June 2019
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News video: Hong Kong protesters in black shirts shout 'Carrie Lam resign' at third massive demonstration

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A crowd of Hong Kong protesters shouted "Carrie Lam resign" during the third massive demonstration of the anti-extradition bill on Sunday (June 16), despite the suspension announcement.

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