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Hong Kong dock strike ends

Partial victory declared by workforce who won a 10 per cent pay rise after 40-day strike whose impact is being assessed.

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Dock workers in Hong Kong have returned to work after a 40-day strike. They say they have won a partial victory after being awarded a nearly 10 percent pay rise. The city is now assessing the long-term impact of the dispute that pitted the dock workers against Hong Kong’s richest man.

Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Hong Kong.

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