What's the economic cost of Hong Kong protests?

Future of Hong Kong's economy unclear but what has already been lost is Hong Kong's reputation for stability.

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    The protests triggered by a controversial extradition bill have grown into a wider movement against Beijing's control over the city.

    And the ongoing unrest is threatening Hong Kong's reputation for stability which comes with an economic cost.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas explains.


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