Chinese Stocks Climb in Hong Kong as Xi Vows Reforms, Oil GainsBloomberg News
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Chinese stocks traded in Hong Kong rose the most in a month, with commodity producers gaining as oil prices climbed and President Xi Jinping vowed to press ahead with plans to cut capacity at state-owned enterprises.
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