With no strategy to attract foreign tourists, academic Eilo Yu considers that Macau is in a complicated situation of dependence on the Chinese market. In turn, Au Kam San hopes that the resumption of excursions will contribute to reducing the unemployment rate
Academic Eilo Yu believes that the dependence of the territory’s economy on the Interior left the MSAR with no alternatives and unable to chart its own path in the fight against the pandemic. The opinion was shared by the political scientist to the South China Morning Post, from Hong Kong, in an article published yesterday.
For Eilo Yu, the fact that the Ho Iat Seng Government insists on the “dynamic” policy of zero cases and isolation from the world, through the imposition of a seven-day quarantine, is “understandable”, since the territory depends on the Interior to receive tourists and also workers, who cross borders every day.
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