Hong Kong’s construction sector has been among the hardest hit during the city’s ongoing battle with the coronavirus. Photo: Felix WongHong Kong’s construction sector has been among the hardest hit during the city’s ongoing battle with the coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong’s construction sector has been among the hardest hit during the city’s ongoing battle with the coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong budget: HK$2.7 billion jobs outlay largely aimed at training programmes, employer subsidies

  • The city’s struggling construction sector will see subsidies of HK$20,000 made available to small and medium-sized contractors
  • Other new funds will incentivise employers to make new hires from among the elderly and disabled communities

Topic |   Hong Kong budget 2020-2021
Hong Kong’s construction sector has been among the hardest hit during the city’s ongoing battle with the coronavirus. Photo: Felix WongHong Kong’s construction sector has been among the hardest hit during the city’s ongoing battle with the coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong’s construction sector has been among the hardest hit during the city’s ongoing battle with the coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong
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