Analyses | Regional and economic development | 2020-09-18

What more could supermarkets do to pay back to the community for receiving public subsidies?

The Government has urged the two supermarket giants in Hong Kong to lower prices or provide cash coupons to underprivileged families in return for wage subsidies in the second tranche of the Employment Support Scheme. What are the controversies? Apart from price reduction, are there any other rewarding alternatives?

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