Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan says economic activities will rebound more steadily in the latter half of this year if the Covid-19 vaccination scheme becomes successful. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan says economic activities will rebound more steadily in the latter half of this year if the Covid-19 vaccination scheme becomes successful. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan says economic activities will rebound more steadily in the latter half of this year if the Covid-19 vaccination scheme becomes successful. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong economy likely to bounce back in second half of year, but much depends on success of Covid-19 vaccination scheme, finance chief says

  • Paul Chan says local economy should grow again this year, but there are uncertainties on how strong and widespread recovery will be
  • Labour chief Law Chi-kwong says the 17-year high jobless rate is less likely to worsen further

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan says economic activities will rebound more steadily in the latter half of this year if the Covid-19 vaccination scheme becomes successful. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan says economic activities will rebound more steadily in the latter half of this year if the Covid-19 vaccination scheme becomes successful. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan says economic activities will rebound more steadily in the latter half of this year if the Covid-19 vaccination scheme becomes successful. Photo: Sam Tsang
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