Hong Kong holds local elections amid crisis

Voting is likely to be dominated by struggle over territory’s relationship with mainland China as anti-Beijing protests continue.

    Local elections will be held in Hong Kong on Sunday.

    The voting is likely to be dominated by the struggle over the territory’s relationship with mainland China. And that is having a big impact on the economy, as more and more businesses choose sides.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Mcbride reports from Hong Kong.


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