Pedestrians in protective face masks crossing the road in Causeway Bay, a busy shopping district in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Pedestrians in protective face masks crossing the road in Causeway Bay, a busy shopping district in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pedestrians in protective face masks crossing the road in Causeway Bay, a busy shopping district in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang

Twice as many Hong Kong employers have laid off staff compared with their Singapore peers as Covid-19 eats into bottom line, surveys find

  • Far fewer employers in Singapore have laid off staff to cut costs than their peers in Hong Kong, Comptify Analytics says
  • Trend suggests more optimism of a Singapore rebound than in Hong Kong, which was already reeling from political crisis

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Pedestrians in protective face masks crossing the road in Causeway Bay, a busy shopping district in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang Pedestrians in protective face masks crossing the road in Causeway Bay, a busy shopping district in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pedestrians in protective face masks crossing the road in Causeway Bay, a busy shopping district in Hong Kong. Photo: Sam Tsang
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