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Jabs campaign hit by old problem
Jabs campaign hit by old problem

Jabs campaign hit by old problem

Only 155 seniors among 5,850 reached by authorities were willing to take Covid-19 jabs, says the Secretary for the Civil Service, Ingrid Yeung Ho Poi-yan.

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E-vouchers a short-term boost to retail sector under pressure

E-vouchers a short-term boost to retail sector under pressure

Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po believed that the latest round of consumption vouchers could be a short-term boost to the economy. However, the external factors and the Covid-19 epidemic are still dragging the city's economic activit...

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Crisis-hit Britain still better to live in than Hong Kong

Crisis-hit Britain still better to live in than Hong Kong

Even soaring prices, riots and political turmoil are not enough to deter people from being glad to be back in Britain, especially when compared to Hong Kong's drastic change for the worse post-2019, as one British writer explains as he r...

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Snail's pace return to normal leaves Hong Kong on the back foot

Snail's pace return to normal leaves Hong Kong on the back foot

By removing hotel quarantine, Hong Kong declared it’s open for business again. While the move may go some way to stem the exodus of bankers and lawyers, the city faces numerous challenges to reclaiming its spot as Asia’s top financial ce...

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