Cathay Pacific is the first publicly listed company to be bailed out by the Hong Kong government. The aim is to protect the city’s role as a leading international aviation hub and its long-term overall economic development, while generating reasonable returns for the government. Photo: Felix WongCathay Pacific is the first publicly listed company to be bailed out by the Hong Kong government. The aim is to protect the city’s role as a leading international aviation hub and its long-term overall economic development, while generating reasonable returns for the government. Photo: Felix Wong
Cathay Pacific is the first publicly listed company to be bailed out by the Hong Kong government. The aim is to protect the city’s role as a leading international aviation hub and its long-term overall economic development, while generating reasonable returns for the government. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Cathay Pacific bailout: those who paralysed Legco wonder why Hong Kong government is bypassing them

  • A pro-democracy lawmaker has criticised the government for bypassing Legco and using the Land Fund to bail out Cathay
  • But these lawmakers are the ones who rendered Legco unable to conduct business in the first place
Topic |   Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific is the first publicly listed company to be bailed out by the Hong Kong government. The aim is to protect the city’s role as a leading international aviation hub and its long-term overall economic development, while generating reasonable returns for the government. Photo: Felix WongCathay Pacific is the first publicly listed company to be bailed out by the Hong Kong government. The aim is to protect the city’s role as a leading international aviation hub and its long-term overall economic development, while generating reasonable returns for the government. Photo: Felix Wong
Cathay Pacific is the first publicly listed company to be bailed out by the Hong Kong government. The aim is to protect the city’s role as a leading international aviation hub and its long-term overall economic development, while generating reasonable returns for the government. Photo: Felix Wong
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