In the previous legislative year, Chan noted, lawmakers approved just 13 new capital works projects, worth HK$3.6 billion. That was compared with HK$90 billion the year before. Photo: Bloomberg In the previous legislative year, Chan noted, lawmakers approved just 13 new capital works projects, worth HK$3.6 billion. That was compared with HK$90 billion the year before. Photo: Bloomberg
In the previous legislative year, Chan noted, lawmakers approved just 13 new capital works projects, worth HK$3.6 billion. That was compared with HK$90 billion the year before. Photo: Bloomberg

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In the previous legislative year, Chan noted, lawmakers approved just 13 new capital works projects, worth HK$3.6 billion. That was compared with HK$90 billion the year before. Photo: Bloomberg In the previous legislative year, Chan noted, lawmakers approved just 13 new capital works projects, worth HK$3.6 billion. That was compared with HK$90 billion the year before. Photo: Bloomberg
In the previous legislative year, Chan noted, lawmakers approved just 13 new capital works projects, worth HK$3.6 billion. That was compared with HK$90 billion the year before. Photo: Bloomberg
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