Hong Kong stocks up 0.75 percent by the break
HONG KONG–Hong Kong shares rose 0.75 percent by the break on Friday after China released better-than-expected growth data for 2012.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index added 174.34 points to 23,514.10 on turnover of HK$40.17 billion ($5.18 billion).
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