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How one OK is helping local businesses to survive

Small businesses in Hong Kong are in trouble. To help keep them afloat during the COVID-19 outbreak, OK Melvin Byers (1989-96) has launched a new initiative to help them reach new customers.
30 Mar 2020
Hong Kong SAR
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