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Flower market cancels “excessive compensation” Flower farmers: they can’t sell and go to reclamation

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Flower market cancels “excessive compensation” Flower farmers: they can’t sell and go to reclamation

[Ming Pao News]The New Year’s Eve Flower Market was originally scheduled to be held on January 26, less than two weeks ago. The government announced yesterday that the New Year’s Eve Flower Market will be cancelled to reduce the risk of the spread of the epidemic, and it will also subsidize stalls. The FEHD stated that it will refund the stall fees as soon as possible, and will issue an additional 50% of the stall usage fee. The Lunar New Year Flower Market together with the Lincun Spring Festival Market will pay a total of 6.1 million yuan, involving about 950 licensees. Lin Manxiang, the person in charge of Song Ying Garden, which won 3 stalls at the Yuen Long Lunar New Year Fair for nearly 40,000 yuan earlier, criticized the government for “speaking out early in the morning”, saying that the sudden cancellation of the flower market has left the industry at a loss, “(flower farmers) continue to work hard. There is no time to prepare,” and also refers to the government’s compensation as “excessive” and unable to make up for the loss. Flower market cancels “excessive compensation” Flower farmers: they can’t sell and go to reclamation

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