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HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): The Hong Kong government will roll out a fresh tranche of financial aid worth HK$6.4 billion (US$826 million) for businesses heavily impacted by the government’s Covid-19 curbs.
Covid-19: No more wage subsidies for businesses, Hong Kong’s No 2 says, even as unemployment woes rise and city confirms 13 new infections
HONG KONG, Sept 20 (SCMP): Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung warns worst is yet to come, but government spending already stretched in two tranches of wage aidNumber of daily infections jumps to 13 after just three emerge the day before
HONG KONG, Sept 11 (SCMP): Ice-skating rinks, game centres, and museums among venues allowed to reopen on FridayRestaurants also benefit as number of people allowed to sit together raised from two to four
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Hong Kong’s strongest typhoon of the year moved away from the city after prompting the cancellation of morning trading in the city’s US$5.8 trillion local stock market, shutting many businesses and disrupting public transportation.
The notice by the United States that all products it imports from Hong Kong should carry 'Made-in-China' labels, contravenes World Trade Organization rules, writes China Daily.
HONG KONG (AFP): China's new security law has sent fear coursing through many Hong Kong residents, but the city's commercial community has largely embraced it as a way to get back to doing business.
HONG KONG (Xinhua): The decision by China's top legislature on the national security legislation for Hong Kong is welcomed and supported by the business community in Hong Kong.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong is catching up with global peers in its fiscal response to the coronavirus outbreak with the announcement of an “unprecedented” HK$137.5bil (US$17.7bil) stimulus package focused on avoiding mass job losses.
Coronavirus: Working from home a new, occasionally frustrating, experience for Hongkongers used to rhythms of office life
One civil servant is learning how to get the job done at the dining room table – when his kids aren’t commandeering the computer. Working remotely, flexible schedules already a reality at growing number of Hong Kong businesses.
SINGAPORE (Reuters): China has called on its biggest state firms to take a more active role in Hong Kong, including stepping up investment and asserting more control of companies in the financial hub, executives familiar with the matter said, as Beijing attempts to calm months of unrest in the city.