Finance chief Paul Chan says plan to tax Hong Kong property owners hoarding vacant flats not just a money-spinner

Hong Kong’s financial chief Paul Chan Mo-po on Thursday made a strong case for the government’s plan to tax property owners hoarding vacant flats, saying it was not to enrich its coffers but to ensure sufficient housing, as more than 28,000 new homes …
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