Cotton harvested in Xinjiang province is piled up at a factory. The Chinese government joined mainland consumers in pressing global fashion brands to reverse the Xinjiang cotton boycott. Photo: Getty Images Cotton harvested in Xinjiang province is piled up at a factory. The Chinese government joined mainland consumers in pressing global fashion brands to reverse the Xinjiang cotton boycott. Photo: Getty Images
Cotton harvested in Xinjiang province is piled up at a factory. The Chinese government joined mainland consumers in pressing global fashion brands to reverse the Xinjiang cotton boycott. Photo: Getty Images
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Hong Kong stocks halt longest losing streak since September 2019 as investors pin hopes on recovery

  • Although the Hang Seng Index rose 1.6 per cent, it finished the week 2.3 per cent lower. The benchmark is also on track for its worst month since September
  • Shares of national sports brands rise as Chinese consumers boycott foreign brands for refusing to use Xinjiang cotton

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Cotton harvested in Xinjiang province is piled up at a factory. The Chinese government joined mainland consumers in pressing global fashion brands to reverse the Xinjiang cotton boycott. Photo: Getty Images Cotton harvested in Xinjiang province is piled up at a factory. The Chinese government joined mainland consumers in pressing global fashion brands to reverse the Xinjiang cotton boycott. Photo: Getty Images
Cotton harvested in Xinjiang province is piled up at a factory. The Chinese government joined mainland consumers in pressing global fashion brands to reverse the Xinjiang cotton boycott. Photo: Getty Images
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