Hong Kong’s Wan Chai waterfront against the backdrop of the city’s business district. The local economy rebounded sharply with 7.8 per cent growth in the first quarter. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong’s Wan Chai waterfront against the backdrop of the city’s business district. The local economy rebounded sharply with 7.8 per cent growth in the first quarter. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong’s Wan Chai waterfront against the backdrop of the city’s business district. The local economy rebounded sharply with 7.8 per cent growth in the first quarter. Photo: Robert Ng
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Jabs only way to go as pandemic remains obstacle to Hong Kong’s recovery

  • Latest GDP figures show city’s economy is finally heading in the right direction, but it is now essential to keep up the momentum

Hong Kong’s Wan Chai waterfront against the backdrop of the city’s business district. The local economy rebounded sharply with 7.8 per cent growth in the first quarter. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong’s Wan Chai waterfront against the backdrop of the city’s business district. The local economy rebounded sharply with 7.8 per cent growth in the first quarter. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong’s Wan Chai waterfront against the backdrop of the city’s business district. The local economy rebounded sharply with 7.8 per cent growth in the first quarter. Photo: Robert Ng
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