Members of the Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood call for free rent for public housing and retail stores, and reduced parking fees amid the coronavirus outbreak, outside the Housing Authority headquarters in Ho Man Tin on April 21. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood call for free rent for public housing and retail stores, and reduced parking fees amid the coronavirus outbreak, outside the Housing Authority headquarters in Ho Man Tin on April 21. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood call for free rent for public housing and retail stores, and reduced parking fees amid the coronavirus outbreak, outside the Housing Authority headquarters in Ho Man Tin on April 21. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | What use is Hong Kong coronavirus relief when rents are a killer?

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Members of the Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood call for free rent for public housing and retail stores, and reduced parking fees amid the coronavirus outbreak, outside the Housing Authority headquarters in Ho Man Tin on April 21. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood call for free rent for public housing and retail stores, and reduced parking fees amid the coronavirus outbreak, outside the Housing Authority headquarters in Ho Man Tin on April 21. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood call for free rent for public housing and retail stores, and reduced parking fees amid the coronavirus outbreak, outside the Housing Authority headquarters in Ho Man Tin on April 21. Photo: Felix Wong
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