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Hong Kong to offer HK$100 billion COVID-19 relief package: SCMP

Reuters Wednesday, 8 April 2020
Hong Kong government will offer a relief package worth more than HK$100 billion ($12.90 billion) to help workers and businesses struggling with COVID-19 crisis, the South China Morning Post reported https://bit.ly/2woconH on Wednesday.
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