Trade unions condemned the lack of solutions to unemployment. The Federation of Trade Unions said the Government's approach to relieving the situation was wrong. 'It seems to be stuck in the belief that if the economy recovers, unemployment will fall,' vice-chairman Leung Fu-wah said. He said more job opportunities could be created in personal services and entertainment sectors. 'More resources and tax concessions should be given to the development of jobs in areas such as caring for people and tourism, which require a large amount of manpower,' Mr Leung said. Confederation of Trade Unions chief executive Elizabeth Tang Yin-ngor said: 'The Government has surrendered to market forces in solving unemployment.' The unions also feared that talks of a possible cut in civil servants' pay could trigger a knock-on effect for the whole community. They were cautious about the prospects of 'thousands of new jobs' from the proposed Disney theme park. 'It is still too early to say for sure what kind of practical impact it may have on the local labour market,' Mr Leung said. The Hong Kong and Kowloon Trades Union Council said it was disappointed with the decision not to raise the basic income tax allowance.