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22 February 2017 By Pete Sweeney

The city’s new finance chief rolled out new spending and said occasional deficits might be permitted. The shift away from stinginess comes weeks before Hong Kong chooses a new leader. But it’s unlikely to placate the protest movement; the massive $120 bln reserve stays untouched.

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