Financial Secretary Paul Chan Shares Bountiful Opportunities for Hong Kong

Financial Secretary Paul Chan Shares Bountiful Opportunities for Hong Kong

Budget in Place to Boost Hong Kong’s Economy Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary is confident that this year’s Budget has addressed critical concerns and shares the bountiful opportunities for Hong Kong that lie ahead. There is no question the COVID-19 pandemic has hit every economy around the world hard. With the pandemic-driven reality, Hong Kong found…

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Hong Kong Government Earmarks $180 Million to Generate 1,500 New Jobs for the Financial Services Industry

Hong Kong Government Earmarks $180 Million to Generate 1,500 New Jobs for the Financial Services Industry

Financial Services Industry Gets Government Aid Amid Pandemic The Hong Kong government is allocating a $180-million budget to generate 1,500 new jobs for the financial services industry amid the high unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury said that the financing was under the government’s anti-epidemic fund. The…

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HK Gov't Targets Using I&T Solutions to Reinforce Business Programs

HK Gov’t Targets Using I&T Solutions to Reinforce Business Programs

Hong Kong Supports Businesses With I&T Solutions Funding The Financial Secretary on 11 November 2020 announced the launch of a $1.5 billion Distance Business Programme under the Anti-epidemic Fund to support affected companies and encourage the adoption of IT solutions during this pandemic.   Relieving Economical Decline In the previous months, Hong Kong’s economy declined…

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