Financial Secretary Paul Chan said the economy would get a 2 per cent boost from all measures announced. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong rolls out fresh HK$2 billion package of relief measures to counter double whammy of ongoing protests and US-China trade war

  • Financial Secretary Paul Chan announces measures to help the logistics and tourism sectors, which have been hit hardest by protests
  • Some 130,000 drivers of commercial vehicles such as taxis will benefit from HK$1.35 billion worth of fuel cost subsidies
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Financial Secretary Paul Chan said the economy would get a 2 per cent boost from all measures announced. Photo: Winson Wong
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