Financial Secretary Paul Chan hits the highs with a HK$120 billion relief deal that includes a cash handout for all and generous measures for all businesses during his budget speech on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Financial Secretary Paul Chan hits the highs with a HK$120 billion relief deal that includes a cash handout for all and generous measures for all businesses during his budget speech on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Financial Secretary Paul Chan hits the highs with a HK$120 billion relief deal that includes a cash handout for all and generous measures for all businesses during his budget speech on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Six things to know about the Hong Kong budget: from ‘exceptional’ cash handouts to big mental health care plans, here’s how Hongkongers will be affected

  • Financial Secretary Paul Chan may have been scooped by his boss’s HK$30 billion coronavirus relief package two weeks ago, but his budget still caught the eye
  • Chan’s HK$120 billion relief deal included a cash handout for all and generous measures for businesses, but he also sounded a stern warning on the challenges ahead

Topic |   Hong Kong budget 2020-2021
Financial Secretary Paul Chan hits the highs with a HK$120 billion relief deal that includes a cash handout for all and generous measures for all businesses during his budget speech on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Financial Secretary Paul Chan hits the highs with a HK$120 billion relief deal that includes a cash handout for all and generous measures for all businesses during his budget speech on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Financial Secretary Paul Chan hits the highs with a HK$120 billion relief deal that includes a cash handout for all and generous measures for all businesses during his budget speech on Wednesday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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