Most businesses on the normally crowded Park Lane shopping boulevard in Tsim Sha Tsui have been shut because of plummeting tourist numbers. Photo: Sam Tsang Most businesses on the normally crowded Park Lane shopping boulevard in Tsim Sha Tsui have been shut because of plummeting tourist numbers. Photo: Sam Tsang
Most businesses on the normally crowded Park Lane shopping boulevard in Tsim Sha Tsui have been shut because of plummeting tourist numbers. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hundreds of workers in Hong Kong travel industry to be put on unpaid leave, union chief predicts, as wage subsidy scheme nears end

  • Three of city’s biggest travel agents expected to propose move in coming days
  • Sector has continued to take a battering from coronavirus pandemic, with arrivals down more than 90 per cent

Topic |   Tourism
Most businesses on the normally crowded Park Lane shopping boulevard in Tsim Sha Tsui have been shut because of plummeting tourist numbers. Photo: Sam Tsang Most businesses on the normally crowded Park Lane shopping boulevard in Tsim Sha Tsui have been shut because of plummeting tourist numbers. Photo: Sam Tsang
Most businesses on the normally crowded Park Lane shopping boulevard in Tsim Sha Tsui have been shut because of plummeting tourist numbers. Photo: Sam Tsang
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