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Cathay CEO resigns amid Hong Kong protest blowback as more rallies planned

Reuters Friday, 16 August 2019
The boss of Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific Airways quit on Friday, the highest-profile corporate casualty of unrest roiling the former British colony, after Beijing targeted the airline over staff involvement in mass protests.
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City faces more unrest as aviation authorities obtain court permission to clear terminal of demonstrators.

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