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Hong Kong’s recovery to benefit from fiscal support

With Hong Kong’s economy on the mend, the budget unveiled today curtailed some of last year’s emergency spending. But it still signals a supportive fiscal stance, particularly in areas hardest hit by COVID. Together with the reopening of Hong Kong’s borders and end of virus-related restrictions, we continue to expect robust growth this year.

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