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Leung pledges more homes

Later, on a television programme, Leung dismissed criticism that he had not been doing enough to curb property prices. He stressed that he would not allow "developer hegemony" and would increase the supply of homes when necessary.

22 Sep 2015 - 4:52PM

Later, on a television programme, Leung dismissed criticism that he had not been doing enough to curb property prices. He stressed that he would not allow "developer hegemony" and would increase the supply of homes when necessary.

Leung pledges more homes
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