Hong Kong’s MPF pension holders ‘could save HK$200 million’ under new charter

Launched in 2000, the MPF covers 2.8 million workers and self-employed people in Hong Kong, but has come under regular criticism for charging high fees on top of poor investment returns. Struggling financial markets have not helped recently, with investors …
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