Thousands of Cathay jobs are being protected under the government’s wage subsidy scheme. Photo: Winson WongThousands of Cathay jobs are being protected under the government’s wage subsidy scheme. Photo: Winson Wong
Thousands of Cathay jobs are being protected under the government’s wage subsidy scheme. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific and subsidiaries draw HK$680 million from government’s coronavirus relief fund

  • Employment Support Scheme payout will sustain at least 25,881 jobs at the group, which has been struggling through Covid-19 pandemic
  • Other new beneficiaries from the huge bailout include KMB, Jones Lang LaSalle Management

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Thousands of Cathay jobs are being protected under the government’s wage subsidy scheme. Photo: Winson WongThousands of Cathay jobs are being protected under the government’s wage subsidy scheme. Photo: Winson Wong
Thousands of Cathay jobs are being protected under the government’s wage subsidy scheme. Photo: Winson Wong
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