Hong Kong leader’s HK$500 million youth unemployment plan raises doubts, as some accuse Carrie Lam of ‘knowing nothing about city’s young people’

//Hong Kong leader’s HK$500 million youth unemployment plan raises doubts, as some accuse Carrie Lam of ‘knowing nothing about city’s young people’

Hong Kong leader’s HK$500 million youth unemployment plan raises doubts, as some accuse Carrie Lam of ‘knowing nothing about city’s young people’

The Hong Kong government has pledged more than HK$500 million (US$64.5 million) to create thousands of jobs for young people in the technological and entrepreneurial sectors in the Greater Bay Area, as the city’s leader launched her latest bid to tackle soaring youth unemployment and promote integration with mainland China.The pilot scheme, unveiled in Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s fourth policy address on Wednesday, was seen by some analysts as an attempt to boost the city’s…

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