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The government appeared to rule out any further cash handouts – as demanded by some political parties including the city’s biggest pro-Beijing party DAB – as it announced another round of targeted relief measures aimed at industries hardest hit by the economic downturn.

At a briefing held to announce relaxations of some social distancing measures, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said HK$4.5 billion will be used to support 23 specific industries deemed to have been hardest hit by the pandemic, like tourism and the food and beverage sectors.

Asked about calls for more handouts to the public, Chan said they are looking at the prudent use of limited resources.

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