The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority reported a significant drop in its surplus for the last financial year, and expects a deficit in the next one. Photo: May Tse The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority reported a significant drop in its surplus for the last financial year, and expects a deficit in the next one. Photo: May Tse
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority reported a significant drop in its surplus for the last financial year, and expects a deficit in the next one. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong’s exams authority looks to Greater Bay Area for new opportunities amid falling revenues at home

  • The self-financing Examinations and Assessment Authority says its surplus fell by 23 per cent last year, and expects to log a deficit for this year and the next
  • Body’s chief told lawmakers it had an ‘active and open attitude towards Greater Bay Area opportunities’, but acknowledged pursuing them would be complicated

Topic |   HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority reported a significant drop in its surplus for the last financial year, and expects a deficit in the next one. Photo: May Tse The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority reported a significant drop in its surplus for the last financial year, and expects a deficit in the next one. Photo: May Tse
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority reported a significant drop in its surplus for the last financial year, and expects a deficit in the next one. Photo: May Tse
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