Alibaba praises Hong Kong at start of retail campaign for $13 billion listing


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Alibaba Group Chairman Daniel Zhang said Hong Kong's "future is bright" as the ecommerce giant kicked off the retail campaign for its secondary listing in the city gripped by increasingly violent protests and recession.
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