(28 February, 2018) The Financial Secretary today releases the 2018-19 Budget. In it, the government identifies innovation and technology among the three global trends, showing the government has put strong emphasis into I&T and ICT related items. This year, an extra $50 billion is injected to boost the developmen…Continue Reading
It has been cold and gloomy in Hong Kong last week. Sadly, the outlook of our city’s rule of law and political rights of our people have also been as cold and gloomy.
In the two decades since the handover, Hong Kong people have b…Continue Reading
Following is a question by the Hon Charles Mok and a written reply by the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr Edward Yau, in the Legislative Council today (February 7):
It is learnt that the use of and demand for mobile data have been rising rapidly in recent years. This, coupled with th…Continue Reading
Following is a question by the Hon Charles Mok and a reply by the Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong Kam-sing, in the Legislative Council today (February 7):
In April 2017, the Hong Kong government scrapped the First Registration Tax concessions for electric vehicles. Since then, sales of electric cars in the city have plummeted dramatically.
As we can see from the figures provided by the Transport Department, between April and December in 2016, a total of 2,078 new elec…Continue Reading