The government is giving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars to supermarkets in Hong Kong, even though their business is booming. Photo: Felix Wong The government is giving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars to supermarkets in Hong Kong, even though their business is booming. Photo: Felix Wong
The government is giving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars to supermarkets in Hong Kong, even though their business is booming. Photo: Felix Wong
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Supermarkets get Covid-19 subsidies – six ways they can repay it by improving how they serve shoppers in Hong Kong

  • ParknShop and Wellcome receive Covid-19 subsidies from the Hong Kong government, despite no apparent drop in business during the pandemic
  • Seeing as customers are unlikely to benefit from this official largesse, here are a few problems the dominant store chains could fix

The government is giving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars to supermarkets in Hong Kong, even though their business is booming. Photo: Felix Wong The government is giving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars to supermarkets in Hong Kong, even though their business is booming. Photo: Felix Wong
The government is giving tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars to supermarkets in Hong Kong, even though their business is booming. Photo: Felix Wong
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