(Adds Thursday close, comment, detail) By Tara Joseph HONG KONG, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks surged to six-week highs on Thursday, up more than one percent, with natural resource stocks and China plays leading on Beijing's efforts to prop up its ailing stock market. Dealers also said buying activity was lifted ahead of a long holiday week in China, known as Golden Week holidays. China listed shares jumped more than 2 percent after Beijing unveiled a stock rescue fund, which ...
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