People cross a street in Central district on June 29. The government’s finances would struggle to provide another round of universal relief. Photo: Winson Wong People cross a street in Central district on June 29. The government’s finances would struggle to provide another round of universal relief. Photo: Winson Wong
People cross a street in Central district on June 29. The government’s finances would struggle to provide another round of universal relief. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | How MPF could allow unemployed Hongkongers to withdraw funds to survive the coronavirus pandemic

  • Setting three limitations could address concerns that the Mandatory Provident Fund Authority or asset management companies might suffer from cash shortages due to a flood of withdrawals

Topic |   Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF)
People cross a street in Central district on June 29. The government’s finances would struggle to provide another round of universal relief. Photo: Winson Wong People cross a street in Central district on June 29. The government’s finances would struggle to provide another round of universal relief. Photo: Winson Wong
People cross a street in Central district on June 29. The government’s finances would struggle to provide another round of universal relief. Photo: Winson Wong
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