e-consumption vouchers

Border reopening boosts retail sentiment: CBRE

Asking rents in tourist hotspots have increased since January.

810,000 more Hong Kongers get first $2,000 e-vouchers

In total, the government has disbursed the first vouchers to about 6.3 million individuals.

Retail sales growth slows down in July

Sales rose 2.9% during the month, a drop compared to 5.8% in June.

Vouchers to spur private consumption growth, improve employment: FS Chan

The effects of the consumer vouchers will be seen this month.

E-voucher registration closes on 14 August

The scheme grants $5,000 worth of vouchers for use in retail, F&B establishments, and transport amongst others.

Hong Kong’s recovery likely to remain moderate, gradual in H2

The strict COVID-19 measures are expected to dampen the city’s economic growth.

Retail sales up 5.8% in June but below expectations

This was likely driven by continuing social distancing measures.

4 in 5 will likely top up their $5,000 vouchers

The majority of whom will likely use their credit cards to top up.

How Hong Kongers plan to spend their $5,000 vouchers?

A survey found most respondents will spend It on groceries.