Hong Kong set to forgo HK$5 billion in tax revenues after reform to ease burden on SMEs: finance chief

Hong Kong is preparing to roll out its first major profits tax reform in decades that will cost the government about HK$5 billion in annual revenue to ease the burden on smaller businesses. Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po revealed on Monday that his …
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