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Hong Kong clamps down on cross-border baby formula trade

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HONG KONG (AP) -- Hong Kong announced measures Friday to curb the amount of baby formula that mainland Chinese visitors are buying as anger grows at shortages in the city's stores. Chief among the measures is a plan to change the law to restrict the amount of baby formula that individuals can take out of the city. Food and Health Secretary Ko Wing-man said legislation would be amended to...

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