Hong Kong ramps up security for China's National Day

Police are anticipating mass protests across the city over Beijing's growing influence, but despite the unrest, it appears to be business as usual in the financial hub.

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    The Hong Kong government has ramped up security in preparation for official events planned to mark China's National Day on Tuesday.

    Police are anticipating mass protests across the city.

    Despite the unrest, it appears to be business as usual in the financial hub. Ignoring protests, brewing firm Budweiser has made its debut on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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