Visitors from mainland China wait in a line with their goods outside the Sheung Shui train station in Hong Kong on Jan. 5. An influx of parallel traders in Hong Kong who purchase items tax-free such as baby milk formula, diapers, soft drinks and cosmetics and resell them in mainland China at a profit is causing growing unrest with local residents who say the practice has driven up retail prices.Feb 13, 2013FULL STORY
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