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Hong Kong clothing retailer Chickeeduck to abandon home market

High-profile support for protest movement prompted evictions and police searches

HONG KONG -- Chickeeduck, a Hong Kong children's clothing retailer which pivoted to embrace the city's 2019 protest movement, is to shut its remaining stores in the city, amid supply chain troubles and pressure from local authorities.

Chief Executive Herbert Chow said the company had faced dwindling stocks after Chinese and Indonesian suppliers broke ties in recent months.

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