A woman eats instant noodles next to a currency exchange shop in Causeway Bay. Over the past decade, the average income of Hong Kong’s white-collar workers has remained largely unchanged while living costs have surged. As a result, their standard of living has declined. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong’s next chief executive should remember that livelihood issues come first

Holden Chow says our next leader must continue to make long-term investments for the city, and candidates must explain how they intend to do it

Topic |   Chief executive election 2017

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A woman eats instant noodles next to a currency exchange shop in Causeway Bay. Over the past decade, the average income of Hong Kong’s white-collar workers has remained largely unchanged while living costs have surged. As a result, their standard of living has declined. Photo: EPA
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