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Good day, traders --
Several dozen small retailers in Hong Kong are likely to shut shop as soon as the end of this month due to plunging sales that could lead to thousands of lay-offs as protests frighten away tourists, Holly Chik reports. It can be eerie walking by empty shops but for clerks here in Hong Kong. The city reports its unemployment rate for August after market close.
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-- *Zhang Shidong in Shanghai and Deb Price in Hong Kong *
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