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[Market] Hong Kong auto stocks fell, Great Wall Motor – November 25 , 2022

[Market] Hong Kong auto stocks fell, Great Wall Motor (02333.HK) fell nearly 4%, Geely Automobile (00175.HK) fell nearly 3%, Weilai Automobile (09866.HK), Ideal Auto (02015.HK) fell more than 2%, Xiaopeng Motors (09868.HK) fell nearly 2%.

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