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John Tsang failed to convince the public

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John Tsang failed to convince the public

Reporter/ Chan Tiffany


After the announcement of the financial budget, Mr. John Tsang, has been criticized is a “moneygrubber”. (Its?refering to? prudent financial management style is too conservative and fails to win the support of Hong Kong citizens. Now TV senior financial commentator Chiu Sin Chun said he couldn’t agree (x) John Tsangs’s philosophy of financial management and he felt discontent(noun, should be adj) about HKSAR government failed(should be noun, not verb) to make good use of the ten billion surplus(es?)(monetary unit?).


Chiu Sin Chun yesterday attended a seminar in Hong Kong Shue Yan University and he commented the previous financial budget, which (x) issued by the financial secretary last week. “(cannot start a sentence with this wordTends) to be conservative is not a bad thing, but it just doesn’t fit the situation of Hong Kong” Chiu said, as a financial secretary he must dare to take risks and make investment but now Mr.Tsang (is totally lack-check grammar) of creativity and charisma so his budget plan is doomed to failure.


Last year government issued the iBond to tackle the inflation problem however it (does-vt) not go very well. Moreover, HKSAR government seemed do not notice that and planned to introduce a new iBond this year. Chiu commented the new iBond is “totally useless because it failed to make good use of the bond issuance funds. “


Chiu believed that Hong Kong has been solely focused on real estate and financial development, while neglecting the health; education etc., so he suggested the government should consider providing tax incentives to encourage human resources development rather than simply giving $6000 cash.

This article provides good facts, and figures, however there quite a number of grammatical mistakes that need to be revised.

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