Tear gas engulfs a street in Mong Kok during a clash between anti-government protesters and police on Sunday. Hong Kong’s tourism, retail, and dining sectors have been hit hardest by the protests. Photo: Sam Tsang

Lawmakers across Hong Kong’s political spectrum urge the government to roll out stronger relief measures to rescue sagging economy

  • At economic development panel meeting, lawmakers urge the government to roll out cash coupons to stimulate local spending
  • But Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau says the offer will involve a lot of public money
Topic |   Hong Kong economy

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Tear gas engulfs a street in Mong Kok during a clash between anti-government protesters and police on Sunday. Hong Kong’s tourism, retail, and dining sectors have been hit hardest by the protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Cannix Yau

Cannix Yau

Cannix joined the Post in 2014 after many years in journalism and some years working for legislators. She is interested in issues related to social justice and won SOPA's Excellence in Reporting Award in 2005.