Government Budget 2020-21: Will fiscal gifts ease Hong Kong's suffering?
Financial Secretary Paul Chan dug deep into the Government’s war chest in his recent Budget with a range of policy proposals to help Hong Kong deal with the impact of the coronavirus, recent unrest and U.S-China trade war. But will they be enough to help tide local businesses through this extremely challenging period? At a webinar on 9 March, K C Kwok, former Government Economist; Alice Leung, Chairman of the Chamber’s Taxation Committee, and Tony Miller, Chairman of the Chamber’s Economic Policy Committee, gave their views on the Budget measures. They also discussed the outlook for the Hong Kong economy as well as the city’s competitiveness.
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