HONG KONG ADDS $2.4 BLN IN STIMULUS, SLASHES ANNUAL GDP GROWTH FORECAST AMID PROTESTS

Based on Hong Kong's current situation and outlook, the economic situation in Hong Kong will still be grim during the rest of the year, said Paul Chan, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)'s financial secretary, in a press conference on Thursday.

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