(Updates with midday close) HONG KONG, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's main stock index ended the morning session slightly lower on Friday, as investors, shaken by heightened fears of a U.S.-led war against Iraq, sold down blue-chip stocks. China's largest offshore oil producer CNOOC Ltd was the biggest blue-chip loser, down 2.38 percent to HK$10.25, succumbing to profit-taking after gaining seven percent this week on higher oil prices. "The market is quiet. But we are still holding ...
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