Hong Kong budget aims for tax cuts, tourism boost to revive growth

Hong Kong’s economy grew at a slower pace of 1.9 percent last year and Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po took steps on Wednesday in his first budget address to reverse course by cutting taxes, waiving fees for tourism firms and pledging better services.
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