Cathay Pacific on Wednesday said it has scrapped year-end bonuses for staff this year, as it counts the costs of the anti-government protests in Hong Kong that have scared away millions of visitors and plunged the city into a recession.The bulk of the company’s 27,000 airline staff will receive a year-end payment of HK$30,000 (US$3,800), or one month’s salary, whichever is lower, CEO Augustus Tang Kin-wing announced in a memo to staff.“I recognise the disappointment of not being paid a…



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