Hong Kong crackdown on mainland visitors

There's been a strong reaction in Hong Kong to moves by the government to limit the number of mainland Chinese visitors to the territory.

The introduction of visa curbs is in response to protests against so called "parallel traders" - who buy up goods in Hong Kong and resell them on the mainland.

But what will the new restrictions mean for Hong Kong's economy?

Juliana Lui reports.

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