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Peter Wong : Relief measures for industries affected by Occupy Movement are not needed

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(Your report is rather fluent. Better yet if you can give us some figures as how much business was lost because of the democratic movement? How many tourists were scared off by the demonstration?)


reported by Keung Yu Ching (125057), 3rd March, 2015


Peter Wong, Director of the Lion Rock Institute expressed that he is discontented with those supporting measures for industries affected by Occupy Movement as “no business is a sure win”.


Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah announced HK$180 million relief measures to help those industries affected by Occupy Central last Wednesday, including waiving license fees for travel agents, hotels and guest houses, restaurants and hawkers for six months.


Tsang pointed out that Occupy Movement, which is a 79-day civil disobedience movement blocking roads of Hong Kong’s financial districts to demand for greater democracy, “disrupted different facets of the city to varying degrees, affecting the image of Hong Kong”.


Wong disagreed that those measures is needed as ““no business is a sure win and businessmen should take their own risks”. He explained that “there won’t be compensation on farmers’ loss due to poor weather”.


--125057 2015年3月3日 (二) 18:05 (UTC)
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