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Roger Jones, head of equities at London and Capital, discusses the unrest in Hong Kong, how its impacting the economy and what it means for markets.
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A top court in the semi-autonomous territory has turned down an effort to ban the protest song "Glory to Hong Kong." The anthem emerged from the city's widespread pro-democracy protests in 2019.
Hong Kong police have been cracking down on pro-democracy activists and civil liberties since China imposed a sweeping national security law.
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