Hong Kong’s finance chief has unveiled a spending blueprint with fewer but more-targeted relief measures, including an unprecedented digital voucher scheme for residents to spur consumption, while forecasting a substantial recovery from recession that could see economic growth of up to 5.5 per cent in the year ahead.Presenting a budget focused on reviving the economy and easing the burden on a population struggling under the Covid-19 pandemic, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po on Wednesday…



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