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Cash handouts are not the best for HK, professionals say.

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Cash handouts are not the best for HK, professionals say.


The budget revealed that there was an HK$138 billion surplus, which has criticised the government for not handing cash back to the public amid a predicted HK$138 billion surplus.


At a Hong Kong Shue Yan University weekly forum on March 6, Ernst & Young Hong Kong managing partner Agnes Chan and partner Paul Ho were sharing their views on Hong Kong 2018-19 budget.


Agnes Chan, with her colleagues Paul Ho, both disagreed with the advice that handing cash back in public directly. "The past experience has shown that such method is an ineffective way to improve the economy in Hong Kong," said Chan.


Chan said the group of N-nothing did not receive any benefits from the budget, however, they were under the Community Care Fund and covered of their welfare.


N-nothings included those who had no public housings who did not have to pay taxes and did not receive any social welfare from the government.


Ho said Hong Kong might offer benefits to foreign companies in a bid to attract them setting up headquarters in Hong Kong. It will motivate Hong Kong economic development and nurture local talents who definitely are treasures for Hong Kong.--155041 2018年3月20日 (二) 01:44 (CST)

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