People queue up to vote in Occupy's poll on Sunday. Employees of the 'Big Four' accounting firms have distanced themselves from an anti-Occupy ad the firms released last week. Photo: Reuters People queue up to vote in Occupy's poll on Sunday. Employees of the 'Big Four' accounting firms have distanced themselves from an anti-Occupy ad the firms released last week. Photo: Reuters
People queue up to vote in Occupy's poll on Sunday. Employees of the 'Big Four' accounting firms have distanced themselves from an anti-Occupy ad the firms released last week. Photo: Reuters
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Employees from 'Big Four' accounting firms disown anti-Occupy Central ad

Professionals declare love for Hong Kong and reject political statement from 'Big Four' firms

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People queue up to vote in Occupy's poll on Sunday. Employees of the 'Big Four' accounting firms have distanced themselves from an anti-Occupy ad the firms released last week. Photo: Reuters People queue up to vote in Occupy's poll on Sunday. Employees of the 'Big Four' accounting firms have distanced themselves from an anti-Occupy ad the firms released last week. Photo: Reuters
People queue up to vote in Occupy's poll on Sunday. Employees of the 'Big Four' accounting firms have distanced themselves from an anti-Occupy ad the firms released last week. Photo: Reuters
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