The Hong Kong flag and that of the Hong Kong stock exchange fly near bronze sculptures of bulls at the Exchange Square in Central on June 2. The return of bull markets and positive consumer sentiment will be crucial to Hong Kong’s economic recovery from its current woes. Photo: Winson Wong
Francis Neoton Cheung
Opinion

Opinion

Francis Neoton Cheung

Hong Kong’s recovery from coronavirus and protests depends on employers joining subsidy scheme

  • City’s largest employers owe it to their employees and the Hong Kong economy as a whole to do whatever they can to ensure their survival
  • The Employment Support Scheme will give people the confidence they need to continue spending and driving the economic recovery forward
The Hong Kong flag and that of the Hong Kong stock exchange fly near bronze sculptures of bulls at the Exchange Square in Central on June 2. The return of bull markets and positive consumer sentiment will be crucial to Hong Kong’s economic recovery from its current woes. Photo: Winson Wong
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