Hong Kong increases funds to tackle coronavirus outbreak to $3.6 billion


Image source : reuters.com
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday the government would increase handouts to tackle the coronavirus outbreak to HK$28 billion($3.60 billion) from HK$25 billion pledged previously, to ease the impact on the Chinese-ruled city's battered economy.
 ▼ Related news : 
Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing: selling a fortune
The Financial Times  
HSBC Hong Kong shareholders mull legal action over dividend suspension
HSBC Hong Kong shareholders mull legal action after dividend halted
City A.M  
Hong Kong music school keeps on trucking through coronavirus shutdown
Hong Kong warns of more severe economic hit from coronavirus
The Financial Times  
Hong Kong investors warn of legal action over HSBC dividends
The Financial Times  
Hong Kong Racing Tips: Doctrine looks a Beauty of a ride for Moreira
City A.M  
Recession pushes Hong Kong shoppers to sell their luxury goods
The Financial Times  
Recent News !
  Airlifting hikers stranded on a mountainside or citizens who need to be evacuated from a hurricane requires working through risky conditions. So everything needs to be...
  Is this the end for the Walford regular?
  It was agreed today by the Dáil Business Committee, but the decision is due to be signed off later this week.
  More than 15,000 hotels have signed up for the new "Hospitality for Hope" initiative.
  An abandoned stretch of rural highway that ran through the ghost town of Centralia, Pa.,—a highway that had become a popular tourist...
  Trump extended federal social distancing guidelines at the end of March to April 30
  Due to the lag, the number of people dying in hospital with coronavirus in the UK is still doubling every three-and-a-half days despite...
  The model and her family are currently holed away in a stunning beach house as we all self-isolate.
  How does a ballet student master a complex couples part without a partner? How can a music student play in an ensemble when Zoom conferencing software doesn’t permit synchronous...
  The victim is now being supported by specialist officers.
  JK ROWLING revealed she suffered from coronavirus-type symptoms for a fortnight. The Harry Potter author, who is married to a GP and lives...
  Rates for oil tanker journeys have spiked as prices for near-term oil contracts (the ones quoted on CNBC) have fallen much further than...
  As we’re looking at a possible recession in the coming months, that will likely mean tighter state budgets and possible cuts to higher education, resulting in increased...
  The rollout of the Paycheck Protection Program has been haphazard and chaotic. It didn't have to be this way.
  April 7 marks the UN International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
  Police are looking for a 45-year old man who has gone missing from the Perth area for more nearly two months — but the public have been warned not to...
  A pub in Norfolk is filling its windows with rainbow art from locals to raise money for a hospital.
  We'll bring you the winning National Lottery Set For Life numbers for Monday April 6 - live breaking updates and results below
  The figures break down the picture according to local authorities, confirming that Newport has the most cases in Wales and the UK
  Supply of alternative medicine for people with licence has been disrupted by Covid-19
  NHS Grampian has accepted BrewDog's revised hand sanitiser for hospital use.
  Reds chief executive Peter Moore said: “We believe we came to the wrong conclusion last week.”
  Miller was escorted out of the building by staff, a source at the bar told BuzzFeed News. View Entire Post ›
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode