By Ian Chua and Tara Joseph HONG KONG, April 27 (Reuters) - Exporters to China and Hong Kong retail plays are set to benefit if China revalues its currency, the yuan, which analysts said would boost their earnings and their stock values. Hong Kong's cosmetics chain Sa Sa International Holdings Ltd. and department store owner Lifestyle International are among top picks on bets that Chinese consumers will visit Hong Kong with wallets full of higher-value yuan. Meanwhile, industrial ...
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