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Hong Kong returns to growth after 18-month recession

City's economy expands 7.8% in first quarter thanks to rebound in trade

Hong Kong's retail sales jumped more than 30% in February compared with last year.   © AP

HONG KONG -- Hong Kong's economy has finally resumed expansion after six consecutive quarters of economic contraction, the financial hub's longest recession on record.

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