The Employment Support Scheme aims to save jobs during the coronavirus crisis by subsidising the wage bills of employers. Photo: Winson Wong The Employment Support Scheme aims to save jobs during the coronavirus crisis by subsidising the wage bills of employers. Photo: Winson Wong
The Employment Support Scheme aims to save jobs during the coronavirus crisis by subsidising the wage bills of employers. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong firm controlled by justice minister’s husband among top recipients in latest round of government wage subsidies

  • ATAL Building Services Engineering, which is controlled by Teresa Cheng’s husband, receives HK$24.7 million in Employment Support Scheme
  • Other major recipients of HK$81 billion Covid-19 war chest include Luk Fook Holdings Company and J&D Holdings Ltd

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
The Employment Support Scheme aims to save jobs during the coronavirus crisis by subsidising the wage bills of employers. Photo: Winson Wong The Employment Support Scheme aims to save jobs during the coronavirus crisis by subsidising the wage bills of employers. Photo: Winson Wong
The Employment Support Scheme aims to save jobs during the coronavirus crisis by subsidising the wage bills of employers. Photo: Winson Wong
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