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Lau Ming-wai:Mainlanders as New Labour Force

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【 19th March, 2014 Leung Nga Wing】The government has suggested that Hong Kong would soon encounter the problems of ageing population and shrinking labour force. The Vice Chairman of Bauhinia Foundation Research Center Lau Ming-wai deemed that one of the solutions to these problems would be advocating the “double-not” mainlanders to enter local labour market and contribute to Hong Kong.


The “double-not” mainlanders were regarded as the main cause of shortage of hospital resources and kindergarten places. Hong Kongers generally viewed these mainlanders negatively and discontented with them.


But in Lau’s perspective, these mainlanders had the potential and capability in contributing to the local labour market.


Lau said early in 2008, Bauhinia Foundation Research Center has urged the government to face up to the problem of “double-not” parents and children by orderly arrange them to immigrate to Hong Kong.


“The government has merely implemented the ‘zero-tolerance’ policy to tackle the overflow of ‘double-not’ parents. However, this is not advantageous to any parties,” said Lau.


Lau said some “double-not” parents were of higher education levels, therefore instead of letting them to benefit from the local welfare in no vain, the government should consider introducing certain policies which could advocate these mainlanders to make contribution to Hong Kong.


“If the government does not solve the problem properly, not long after Hong Kongers might have to intensively compete with the mainlanders in striving for local resources,” Lau added, “When that time comes, the only winners would be the mainlanders.”


Lau is currently the Vice Chairman of Bauhinia Foundation Research Center, responsible for coping with matters related to population and manpower demand of Hong Kong.


Last Friday, Lau was appointed to be the Chairman, Acting Chief Executive Officer and authorised representative of Chinese Estates Holdings, after his father Lau Luen-hing, former Chairman of the company, being convicted of bribery and money laundering charges in Macau.



--125099 2014年3月19日 (三) 01:00 (UTC)

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