Workers involved in building a new terminal for Hong Kong International Airport’s planned third runway stage a protest on Tuesday. Photo: Facebook
Workers involved in building a new terminal for Hong Kong International Airport’s planned third runway stage a protest on Tuesday. Photo: Facebook

Workers, subcontractors on Hong Kong airport’s third runway project owed HK$100 million in unpaid wages and costs, lawmaker says

  • Lawmaker Edward Lau urges Airport Authority to respond in the next two days to demands of workers and subcontractors involved in labour dispute
  • Demands include ensuring all workers are paid before leaving project and for the authority to negotiate dispute over project costs between subcontractors and main contractor

Topic |   Hong Kong's third runway proposal
Workers involved in building a new terminal for Hong Kong International Airport’s planned third runway stage a protest on Tuesday. Photo: Facebook
Workers involved in building a new terminal for Hong Kong International Airport’s planned third runway stage a protest on Tuesday. Photo: Facebook
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