Hong Kong welfare chief Law Chi-kwong hits back at Oxfam over ‘unfair’ income inequality report

Hong Kong’s welfare minister Law Chi-kwong has hit back at an “unfair” Oxfam report about the city’s worsening income inequality, saying the aid agency has not taken the government’s social help into …
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