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Hong Kong’s Airport Authority rolls out US$128 million relief package

Hong Kong's Airport Authority (AA), with support from the government, has launched a new HK$1 billion (US$128 million) relief package to soften the Covid-19...

Arrivals in Hong Kong to undergo 14-day quarantine

Hong Kong will put all visitors under a two-week quarantine starting midnight on Thursday (March 19) to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The government has...

Hong Kong prepares US$51 million war chest to lift tourism, MICE

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) will be pushing out a HK$400 million (US$51 million) trade support plan to stimulate tourism and inbound business...

Hong Kong bans non-resident arrivals from South Korea

Hong Kong will be shutting its borders to all arrivals from South Korea from today, in response to a sudden spike in Covid-19 cases...

China flu brings no chills yet to Hong Kong

A diminishing Chinese interest in Hong Kong holidays following prolonged democratic protests in the financial city has somehow kept concerns about novel coronavirus infections...

Resilient industry confidence props up HICAP amid testy times for Hong...

The 30th edition of Hotel Investment Conference Asia Pacific (HICAP) forged on ahead in Hong Kong last week, even as months of social unrest...

HK gov’t dangles US$12 million cash incentive to trade amid crisis

Hong Kong’s travel industry has been offered a government-backed HKD$100 million (US$12 million) cash incentive to encourage agents to rake in more business, although...

Collapse in China arrivals to Hong Kong as protests rage on

Ongoing turmoil in Hong Kong have sent the city's once thriving tourism industry into a tailspin, as arrivals from key source markets suffered dramatic...

Cancellation of two mega events deals further blow to Hong Kong...

Two mega lifestyle events set to take place in Hong Kong later this month have been cancelled in light of the safety risk posed...

Hong Kong trade sees pockets of hope amid uncertainty

As the protests in Hong Kong stretched into the fourth month without any signs of abating, industry stakeholders are coming to terms with the...

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