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Hong Kong leader to focus on housing, jobs to try to appease protesters

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam promised to prioritize housing and jobs to appease pro-democracy protesters in the Chinese-ruled city after three months of sometimes violent unrest, as scuffles broke out between pro-Beijing and anti-government demonstrators.
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Hong Kong's leader announces plans to give more people access to affordable housing, amid the ongoing protests in the city.

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