Hong Kong can learn from how the mainland has handled the Covid-19 crisis and should look to the Greater Bay Area to support its economic recovery, Paul Chan says. Photo: Sam TsangHong Kong can learn from how the mainland has handled the Covid-19 crisis and should look to the Greater Bay Area to support its economic recovery, Paul Chan says. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong can learn from how the mainland has handled the Covid-19 crisis and should look to the Greater Bay Area to support its economic recovery, Paul Chan says. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong third wave: Financial Secretary Paul Chan warns government handouts won’t last, even as Covid-19 piles more pressure on economy

  • Economic conditions likely to be even tougher in third quarter if Covid-19 crisis endures, Chan says
  • He warns against long-term reliance on endless government relief measures, looks to Greater Bay Area to help city’s recovery

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Hong Kong can learn from how the mainland has handled the Covid-19 crisis and should look to the Greater Bay Area to support its economic recovery, Paul Chan says. Photo: Sam TsangHong Kong can learn from how the mainland has handled the Covid-19 crisis and should look to the Greater Bay Area to support its economic recovery, Paul Chan says. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong can learn from how the mainland has handled the Covid-19 crisis and should look to the Greater Bay Area to support its economic recovery, Paul Chan says. Photo: Sam Tsang
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