(Nov 18): On Nov 14, 11 banks in Hong Kong, including HSBC, OCBC Wing Hang and DBS Hong Kong, announced branch closures because of the protests in the Special Administrative Region. The South China Morning Post reported on Nov 13 that 250, or 19%, of Hong Kong’s 1,300 branches closed on that day, with another 100 closing early. In its bank closure notice, OCBC Wing Hang told customers to use other branches, ATMs or bank online.

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