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Foreign companies under fire for responses to Hong Kong protests

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Foreign companies under fire for responses to Hong Kong protests

Foreign companies under fire for responses to Hong Kong protests

The Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper lashed out at Apple over a Hong Kong police tracking app.


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