The coronavirus has hit Hong Kong’s economy hard. It was already hammered by the trade war and months of social unrest. Photo: Nora Tam The coronavirus has hit Hong Kong’s economy hard. It was already hammered by the trade war and months of social unrest. Photo: Nora Tam
The coronavirus has hit Hong Kong’s economy hard. It was already hammered by the trade war and months of social unrest. Photo: Nora Tam

Executive pay so far rarely on the chopping block even as Hong Kong reels from coronavirus

  • Just 15 per cent of Hong Kong companies reported cuts in base salaries of executives
  • Most saw pay reduced by between 20 per cent to 30 per cent

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The coronavirus has hit Hong Kong’s economy hard. It was already hammered by the trade war and months of social unrest. Photo: Nora Tam The coronavirus has hit Hong Kong’s economy hard. It was already hammered by the trade war and months of social unrest. Photo: Nora Tam
The coronavirus has hit Hong Kong’s economy hard. It was already hammered by the trade war and months of social unrest. Photo: Nora Tam
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