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txt) gratis (..Adobe After Effects CC 2019 Crack..)HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong’s government is exploring the sale of state assets to pay for a new round of healthcare subsidies, two people with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: The Central Government Liaison Office (CGLO) is seen in Hong Kong, China, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/File Photo The estimated 1 billion Hong Kong dollars ($140 million) in funding would be raised from a combination of asset sales and the government’s budget surplus, the people said. The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has proposed raising funds to pay for a new round of healthcare subsidies, the people said, but government officials declined to comment when contacted by Reuters. The plan is still in its early stages and discussions on the proposal are at an exploratory stage, the people said. Over the past week, the government has been collecting public feedback on proposals to raise money for government healthcare subsidies, which would be funded by a combination of asset sales and budget surplus, the two people said. The government proposed on Friday that the government would set up a Special Fund to tackle “a wide range of social issues,” referring to the funding proposal. The Special Fund would use asset sales, government budget surplus and other measures to raise around 1 billion Hong Kong dollars ($140 million) from the year to March 2023, according to the government’s budget presentation on Friday. Some of the government’s asset sales would include land and real estate, as well as 1 billion Hong Kong dollars in treasury bonds, the budget showed. The government has set the price range for land sales at between 3.5 billion and 4.5 billion Hong Kong dollars, the people said. Budget Surplus The government also said on Friday that the government had a budget surplus of around 1.5 billion Hong Kong dollars ($203 million) in the current fiscal year. The government’s fiscal year runs from April 1 to March 31. Hong Kong’s local government has announced measures to counter the effects of the Sino-U.S. trade war, such as raising school fees and healthcare costs. In September, Hong Kong’s government said it planned to raise the healthcare cost ceiling by 2.75 percent from the




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