One of Hong Kong’s two power companies has unveiled subsidies worth more than HK$160 million (US$20.63 million) ahead of an announcement on how much electricity bills will go up this year, which one expert predicts will be minimal.CLP Power, which serves Kowloon, the New Territories and Lantau, will give out retail vouchers to 800,000 customers in a bid to boost spending during the coronavirus pandemic. It also unveiled other measures for tenants of subdivided or transitional housing to help…



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