The Hong Kong government must put great effort into rescuing local start-ups, so as not to waste the more than HK$100 billion it has invested to support innovative technology development and boost the start-up ecosystem in the last five years. Photo: Shutterstock The Hong Kong government must put great effort into rescuing local start-ups, so as not to waste the more than HK$100 billion it has invested to support innovative technology development and boost the start-up ecosystem in the last five years. Photo: Shutterstock
The Hong Kong government must put great effort into rescuing local start-ups, so as not to waste the more than HK$100 billion it has invested to support innovative technology development and boost the start-up ecosystem in the last five years. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | As coronavirus batters Hong Kong economy, here’s how to protect the start-up ecosystem

  • The government should adopt more local start-up products, set up a certification process for them and invest in these young companies
  • In the long term, Science Park, Cyberport and the Applied Science and Technology Research Institute should be merged and publicly listed

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
The Hong Kong government must put great effort into rescuing local start-ups, so as not to waste the more than HK$100 billion it has invested to support innovative technology development and boost the start-up ecosystem in the last five years. Photo: Shutterstock The Hong Kong government must put great effort into rescuing local start-ups, so as not to waste the more than HK$100 billion it has invested to support innovative technology development and boost the start-up ecosystem in the last five years. Photo: Shutterstock
The Hong Kong government must put great effort into rescuing local start-ups, so as not to waste the more than HK$100 billion it has invested to support innovative technology development and boost the start-up ecosystem in the last five years. Photo: Shutterstock
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