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Hong Kong tourism chief pins hopes on recovery starting by July

Reuters Thursday, 9 April 2020
The impact of the novel coronavirus on Hong Kong's tourism sector is unprecedented and the city can hope to start seeing things returning to normal by July, in part by trying to develop new markets, the head of the tourism board told Reuters.
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