Hong Kong's Eyewear Imports Have Gone Down By One Full Quarter

In the first nine months of this year Hong Kong reduced by one-quarter ? precisely 24.36 percent ? its imports of optical products from its various supplier countries. The phenomenon is part of a wider negative situation affecting Asia in general, the result being an overall fall in imports of ...

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