A repeat of this year’s HK$5,000 e-voucher scheme will depend on the city’s overall economic health, top officials have said. Photo: Sam Tsang A repeat of this year’s HK$5,000 e-voucher scheme will depend on the city’s overall economic health, top officials have said. Photo: Sam Tsang
A repeat of this year’s HK$5,000 e-voucher scheme will depend on the city’s overall economic health, top officials have said. Photo: Sam Tsang

HK$5,000 e-vouchers: repeating spending scheme next year ‘depends on Hong Kong’s financial strength’

  • Financial Secretary Paul Chan says the stimulus effects of the programme to boost consumer spending will begin to be felt this month
  • A total of 6.93 million participants have signed up for the scheme since registration ended on August 14

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
A repeat of this year’s HK$5,000 e-voucher scheme will depend on the city’s overall economic health, top officials have said. Photo: Sam Tsang A repeat of this year’s HK$5,000 e-voucher scheme will depend on the city’s overall economic health, top officials have said. Photo: Sam Tsang
A repeat of this year’s HK$5,000 e-voucher scheme will depend on the city’s overall economic health, top officials have said. Photo: Sam Tsang
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