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HKU Business School x HKGCC Economic Reboot Webinar Series - The Future of Hong Kongâs Public Finances: Spend Now, Tax Later?

HKU Business School x HKGCC Economic Reboot Webinar Series - The Future of Hong Kongâs Public Finances: Spend Now, Tax Later?

Starting from July, we join hands with The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) to launch a series of webinar, providing new insights and knowledge to rejuvenate the local economy and guide Hong Kong out of the current economic dilemma. The third session in September will discuss the ways to address the cityâs narrow tax base amid the pandemic, our changing demographics, as well as the likely impact of the global tax revamp.

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 Business & Economics Faculty

 25th August, 2021

#Economics #FBE #HKGCC #HKUBusinessSchool #webinar

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