Hong Kong protests: Some business thrive as movement spreads

Continuing protests take toll on Hong Kong economy but a few enterprising companies cash in on movement

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    Hong Kong's economy has been battered by the continuing street protests, now in their sixth month.

    The self-governing Chinese territory officially slipped into its first recession in a decade in November.

    However, where many businesses have closed shop, a few companies have actually seen a commercial opportunity.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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