Hong Kong battles to improve air quality

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As Hong Kong releases its latest economic growth figures, worries are increasing that its success has been bought at the price of heavy pollution which is holding back its appeal as a place to do business.

For many Hong Kong residents, the biggest day-to-day problem is the air pollution - which ranks among the worst ever recorded.

Most of the blame is placed on the economic success of both Hong Kong and it's neighbour China.

The BBC's Juliana Liu has more.

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