Hong Kong firms which employ graduates for roles in southern Chinese cities such as Shenzhen will be entitled to have their wage bill subsidised. Photo: Xinhua Hong Kong firms which employ graduates for roles in southern Chinese cities such as Shenzhen will be entitled to have their wage bill subsidised. Photo: Xinhua
Hong Kong firms which employ graduates for roles in southern Chinese cities such as Shenzhen will be entitled to have their wage bill subsidised. Photo: Xinhua

Carrie Lam

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam warns against anti-mainland China stigma over policy address’ youth job scheme

  • Lam responds to criticism of a new employment scheme offering subsidies for recruiting Hong Kong graduates and sending them over the border to work
  • Chief executive says attempts to discredit economic integration with the mainland will only bring harm to the city

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Hong Kong firms which employ graduates for roles in southern Chinese cities such as Shenzhen will be entitled to have their wage bill subsidised. Photo: Xinhua Hong Kong firms which employ graduates for roles in southern Chinese cities such as Shenzhen will be entitled to have their wage bill subsidised. Photo: Xinhua
Hong Kong firms which employ graduates for roles in southern Chinese cities such as Shenzhen will be entitled to have their wage bill subsidised. Photo: Xinhua
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