Hong Kong’s labour minister has dismissed reports that a plan to extend a HK$2 public transport scheme to those aged between 60 and 64 would be put on hold, saying the government just needed more time to work out details.Secretary for Labour and Welfare Law Chi-kwong denied on Saturday that authorities planned to drop or delay the policy over its impact on the city’s coffers, after the move was panned across the political spectrum.The current scheme is only available for those aged 65 or above…


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