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Non-permanent Residents are essential to Hong Kong – LAU, Ming Wai

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HONG KONG| TUE Mar 18, 2013 17:49 (UTC)

By Ronald Chung Long Yin 115102


“Importation of foreign labor and make good use of the non-permanent residents are essential to solve the stress of aging problem in Hong Kong.” said LAU, Ming Wai, Vice Chairman of Bauhinia Foundation Research Center.


LAU said a number of non-permanent residents living in Hong Kong have high education level and purchasing power, which are beneficial to the economy and the labor forces. Since it is the fact that the non-permanent residents in Hong Kong had already legal to enjoy the education and welfare, the government should use these human resources to “earn something”. In addition, he said that the government should use a regular and controlled means to handle the importation of labor force.


LAU said that the government should consider import south Asian expertise instead of European ones. Since the European expertise tends to return their countries after certain years, but south Asian may have built up loyalty in Hong Kong. LAU support the idea that importing labor which can solve the structural lack of labor force in long term but not in short term. LAU’s father, Ex-Chairman of Chinese Estates Holdings Limited, Joseph Lau Luen Hung has been sentenced by the Macau Court last week. The post has been handled to LAU, Ming Wai. LAU has not responded to any questions related to his father in the talk.

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