Leung Wai-Kwong, 66, lost his job with a transport company travelling between Hong Kong and Shenzhen in mainland Chinese after the epidemic hit. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Unemployment in Hong Kong soars, leaving workers from all walks of life struggling

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Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Leung Wai-Kwong, 66, lost his job with a transport company travelling between Hong Kong and Shenzhen in mainland Chinese after the epidemic hit. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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