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HONG KONG - Hong Kong's Beijing-backed leader, deeply unpopular because of his hard-line response to massive 2014 pro-democracy protests and an ensuing separatist movement, said Friday he won't seek another term in office, citing family reasons.
If you're struggling to identify one, you're not alone; even the company's web team can't figure it out. On Thursday, the company's virtual storefront featured home appliances, a pool table, exercise equipment, watches, men's jeans and a snow blower.
Airline travelers already upset about shrinking seats and rising fees should steel themselves for a potential new cabin reality: listening to another passenger yakking on a mobile phone.
MACAU (Reuters) - Macau, the world's biggest gambling hub, moved on Friday to clarify it had not tightened daily cash withdrawal limits for Chinese gamblers, after fears of a crackdown on illicit money outflows sent shares in casino operators tumbling.