Hong Kong finance chief Paul Chan gives cash to help use idle government sites – but nothing to boost home ownership

The Hong Kong finance chief sought in his latest budget to make more efficient use of idle or underdeveloped government, institutional and community land to ease the city’s housing crisis. This includes a HK$1 billion subsidy to help NGOs use almost 900 …
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