HONG KONG – Hong Kong's jobless rate rose to a nine-year high, and tourism and construction were hit hard by the Kovi-19 pandemic.

Unemployment rose from 3.7 percent in December to February, to 4.2 percent in the January-March period, while total employment fell by about 48,800 to 3.72 million. People.

"The labor market has shown a further decline as the Kovi-19 epidemic has severely hampered many economic activities and will continue to face pressure," said Chi-kwong, secretary of labor and welfare law. "Significantly, the economic downturn."
By Chhouk Bora