A view through a window of office workers in the financial district of Central. Hong Kong faces changed circumstances and things will never return to the way they were. Photo: Nora Tam
A view through a window of office workers in the financial district of Central. Hong Kong faces changed circumstances and things will never return to the way they were. Photo: Nora Tam
Lawrence J. Lau
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Lawrence J. Lau

How Hong Kong can reboot its economy amid the devastation of coronavirus and social unrest

  • The government must invest in projects employing local labour, to turn around public sentiment. Hong Kong can’t afford to wait for the free market to act, or for tourists to return. Other priorities include housing and the Greater Bay Area

A view through a window of office workers in the financial district of Central. Hong Kong faces changed circumstances and things will never return to the way they were. Photo: Nora Tam
A view through a window of office workers in the financial district of Central. Hong Kong faces changed circumstances and things will never return to the way they were. Photo: Nora Tam
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