Potential buyers at the sales office of the One Kai Tak development at Exchange Tower in Kowloon Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
Richard Wong
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Wong

Hong Kong’s restrictive regulations are to blame for house prices rising steadily since 1984

A strategy must be found to lower regulatory costs, and to rid the market of what some call ‘government-developer-landlord cronyism’

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Potential buyers at the sales office of the One Kai Tak development at Exchange Tower in Kowloon Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
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